Kelvin joined the organization in April 2013 as an ICT Coordinator. In April 2017, he was promoted to Programme Coordinator where he supported the programme Director. In April 2020, the organization eliminated the programme Director role due to the COVID-19 economic impact and Kelvin was promoted to the new role of Programme Manager.
Kelvin trained in Information Technology where he specialized in computer hardware repair and maintenance, software development, and database management among other skills. He is also a Technical Trainer having pursued Technical Education at Kenya Technical Trainers College.
Kelvin was raised by a single mother in the Kangemi slum in Nairobi. After high school, he was supported by an uncle for his college education. This taught him the value of education support and he worked hard so as not to let his uncle down. His biggest academic achievement was when he was named the best student at Kenya Technical Trainers College.
Kelvin enjoys serving the children in various ways through programme management to ensure holistic child development. Kelvin is also in charge of staff supervision, Financial management, local fundraising and relationship management. Kelvin aspires to inspire children by offering mentorship and support since he has gone through a similar journey. He feels that the organization is giving hope to children just as he was given hope by his uncle. Kelvin believes that the biggest gift you can give to your kids is education because knowledge is power. He sees that education has opened employment opportunities to the vulnerable children in the program and delights in being part of the NRCF mission.