Beryl Achieng is an International Relations enthusiast with a passion and experience in African development, gender and youth, and sustainable development goals. As a mentor and leader, she has served in various capacities including under The Equity Leaders Program where she is an alumni and a current mentor. She was also the first campus director of the United States International University-Africa, under the UN Academic Impact Millennium Fellowship.
Also, she serves as the regional coordinator for Kectil Youth Leadership Program, leading a group of 107 youths from Kenya and West African Region in implementing sustainable community initiatives. More than that, she is also a Young Leaders Access Fellow, where she is currently undergoing leadership training to strengthen her social impact skills to create greater impact to the community.
Beryl shares a special interest for autism as a result she has actively participated in raising awareness on children living with autism disorder under the Ready Aiders Foundation as head of sites and logistics of the Light of Autism Committee.
Beryl is a graduate of International Relations from the United States International University-Africa (USIU-Africa) and has exceptional planning, organizational critical thinking and leadership skills coupled with proper work ethics. She is passionate about African Development and is working towards propelling the continent as the next set of generational leaders who will build The Africa we want through Agenda 2063 of the African Union.