Chadwick Henry


Prof. Faith Osier Dr. James Tuju

Chadwick is a holder of a Second Class Upper Honours degree in Economics and Statistics from the University of Nairobi and currently a CPA(IV). He joined Alliance High School in 2007 and sat his Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examination in 2010 emerging 69th in Central Province. He is a founder member and long term-serving director of Life Transformers – UON, a Nairobi youth community-based organisation that does provide life skills training, mentorship, leadership and entrepreneurship incubators for youth and children from Nairobi slums and other underprivileged areas around Nairobi. He was also a founding member of Mukuru Life Transformers Secondary School, a tuition-free school in Nairobi’s second-largest slum. He participated in the 2014 Nairobi International Trade Fair under the University of Nairobi students’ stand and his team emerged 2nd in the category of National Cohesion and Integration. He is a member of Student Consortium for Human Rights Advocacy, a youth organisation that advances human rights education and youth advocacy. In 2016, he was part of the 5-member team that emerged champions in the 2016 Intervarsities Economics Debate held in Laikipia University. Prior to becoming an IDeAL PGD fellow, he has interned as a Finance assistant at University of Nairobi’s Enterprise Services (UNES) and as a Market Analyst with Tullow Oil Kenya B.V. He was amongst the 25 fellows who were selected as the 2nd PGD cohort for IDeAL, 2017. His project is on determining malaria threshold case definitions across different transmission settings in Africa under the supervision of Prof. Faith Osier and Dr. James Tuju. He hopes to secure an opportunity to further his education to a Masters in Economic Health Policy Formulation and attain a CPA(K) certification.