PRI Board


Kenyan Board

Gai Cullen

PRI Kenya Chair Gai is one of the co-founders of PRI-Kenya. Born in Nyeri, she co-owns Wells Fargo  and Fargo Courier and brings to PRI-Kenya a wealth of business, security, logistics and operations experience. Gai is also deeply involved in a number of conservation and environmental sustainability initiatives across Kenya. Having lived over 17 years completely off-grid she also ...
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Stephen Kimole

PRI Kenya Treasurer Stephen has a B.Sc in Agriculture from the Egerton University, Kenya and a Masters in Rural Development and Food Security from the Wageningen University in the Netherlands. Stephen was part of the Kenya Institute of Organic Farming in 2008 where he was trained on appropriate field technologies. Stephen then completed his PDC in March, 2012 with Warren ...
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Emily Muinda

PRI Kenya Board Member Emily has a BA in Journalism and Multimedia from Curtin University of Technology, Perth WA. She took her PDC with Laikipia Permaculture Centre and PRI Kenya in 2015. She has since implemented and cultivated the permaculture principles at their homestead in Riara Ridge, Limuru. Fostering a drive to live off the land, cultivating organic and ...
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Rose Taranu

PRI Kenya Board Member Rose is a trained office administrator with Diploma in Business Administration and full secretarial training from Temple College Nairobi. Currently, she works at Wells Fargo Ltd. Since she joined the company in September 2011, she has offered her services voluntarily to the Permaculture Institute for the last 5 years and ensuring that all employees of Fargo ...
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International Advisory Board

Warren Bush

A certified Permaculture designer and teacher, as well as a mentor and storyteller. For the past 25 years, he has been inspiring people of all ages to discover, nurture and express their inherent gifts, while living in a sustainable manner. He is co-founder of Quail Springs Learning Oasis & Permaculture Farm, Sustainable Vocations, Wilderness Youth Project, Trees for Children and ...
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