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Kalo Sokoto - Kenya

kaloKalo Sokoto is a fourth year Psychology Major and Business Minor in Daystar university, Nairobi Kenya. She enjoys working with people and community, traveling and is particularly passionate about Africa and her future. Kalo is the current chair of  'Ajenda Afrika' a university forum where all that concerns Africa is discussed, taught and learned; culture, history, politics etc. She and a group of friends also run 'Planting a Seed' project in Solai (a rural community within Kenya) where they work with school children and run mentor programs as well as sponsor them through high school.  She also enjoys baking and runs a baking business. In regard to further studies, she hopes to master in international public health where she hopes to play a role in Kenya's rural public health system and Africa's as a whole. She is a passionate member of CWBI and loves the diversity that it offers.

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