Ernie Williams, JD, AAGG

Ernie has spent more than 4 decades working in and out of Africa, at first assisting in the development of women’s cooperatives and later as an eco-technologies advisor.  In 2010, he turned his attention to education, convinced that critical thinking is essential for success in developing nations. Students learn by doing. Sustainability is best achieved through social enterprise.  

“We take learning outside the classroom and show its practical benefits. For example, instead of working a math problem in a book, students measure the amounts of water we can collected from a roof surface then calculate how we can conserve our collection over a period of drought.”

Hunter Williams, Director

Hunter Williams

Lisa Palet, Board Member

Lisa Palet, MSSW

Felix Onyango, Community Outreach

Felix Onyango
Program Manager

FELIX ONYANGO is a graduate of Maasai Mara University. BA Education.   Mr. Onyango brings an in-depth understanding of children, schools, communities, leaders and teachers. He assists in development and execution of programs individuated to school and student needs. Human resource mobilization, project planning, execution, and evaluation are among his contributions. Felix has previously worked with Innov8 Africa as the Community Outreach Officer. He is dedicated and passionate about education and the welfare of children. He can be contacted at [email protected]

Jonathan Letoluo, Board Member

Jonathan Letoluo
Board Member

David Patungas, School Board Representative, 3rd WorldTech

David Patungas
School Board Representative
3rd WorldTech

Soila Sankale, Advisory Board, 3rd World Tech

Soila Sankale
Advisory Board
3rd World Tech

School children in Kenya —Innov8 Africa

Innov8 Africa is the trade name for Lee Brenneisen Foundation, a tax exempt “public charity” under §501(c)(3) of the US Internal Revenue Code.

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