Simeon, a U.S. State Department Fellow, is a Youth Enterprise Development Consultant from Kenya. He has been involved in various community development projects over the past six years, beginning his learning as a student volunteer in community outreach project for rural enterprise development in Kenya and Uganda. In his current role as Operations Manager for StartUp Africa, he is responsible for the establishment of the Youth Entrepreneurship Program in East Africa. He also serves in the Board of Youth Challenge-4-Change, a Ugandan based community organization fostering youth enterprise development through entrepreneurship education. Simeon has supervised and coordinated eight community outreach projects, played a critical managerial role in the establishment of Spring Break Kenya and established a mentorship program for Enactus Maseno University as well as mentored University Students from different Universities in Kenya. Simeon, a Community Solutions Leader, holds a degree in Arts (Philosophy and Political Science) with IT from Maseno University and training in Entrepreneurship Development, Project Management, Leadership and Community Service. His active service in Junior Achievement’s Company Program and Enactus leadership and community outreach educational projects span a period of six years.