Kiziah Philbert

London, United Kingdom.

Kiziah Philbert

London, United Kingdom.

Kiziah is currently the first elected Africa and Europe Executive Regional Representative of The commonwealth Youth Council and is directly in charge of over 360,000,000 youths. He is an indirect voice and an ambassador of 1.2 Billion youths in the world.

He is a different social entrepreneur whose dream is not to be a billionaire but "to be the man that the day he dies people cry an honest cry."

He is a curious thinker and efficient self starter, a Multi-faced serial innovator, an out of box thinker and a doer who wants to uproot the status quo and make the world a better place. He is 25 years of age and holds a Bachelors degree in Business management, Finance and Banking major and a minor in Marketing and Entrepreneurship. He also holds a diploma in community development and social work.

Currently Philbert is the founding President Sponsor a Child Kenya which is the fastest growing humanitarian healthy child development nonprofit organization in East Africa. Sponsor a Child Kenya works with experts in children’s rights, social development, macro and micro entrepreneurs, medical practitioners and legal experts to assist, enable and empower less fortunate children improve their livelihood.

Kiziah is the founder and CEO of Hunger Below Zero, an organization focusing on increasing the productivity of small farms owned by poor rural women and teaches them how to earn substantial amount from creative sales of their fresh farm produce.

He is a cofounder and Vice President of Africa Youth Charter and a One Young World Kenyan ambassador. He has had several live dialogues with H.E Dr. Kofi Annan most recently being on Youth Unemployment, Sustainable development, Elections and Democracy.

He is the founder of independent community Bank PesaPedia which aims to assist, empower and enable street children, AIDS Orphans, sex workers and marginalized groups gain financial freedom.

  • Work
    • Youth Ambassador
  • Education
    • London School of Economics