Faith Kimori - Administrative Coordinator
Faith Kimori had been a valued member of the TOA staff from the beginning of the orphanage's existence and then after serving as the onsite Teacher for a few years, she resigned to establish another orphan project, for young adult orphans, in the city of Moshi. Her project, now firmly established and running well, continues on. So when an important position came open at TOA, Faith was ready to return.
A hard worker and an excellent organizer who received her training in a Teacher's College, she was a perfect fit for the newly revised position of Administrative Coordinator for Treasures of Africa Children's Home. Working as the liaison between the TOA Staff and the TOA Director, she makes sure the needs of both the orphanage and the staff members themselves are met. She also serves as the representative for Treasures of Africa between the different governmental entities that the orphanage must deal with on an ongoing basis. She also coordinates the education needs of the children serving as the coordinator between the multitudes of different schools our children attend.
Since the children were already quite familiar with "Mwalimu Faith" (mwalimu is the Swahili word for teacher) her return to Treasures of Africa as the new Administrative Coordinator was met with much joy. They were thrilled to see her and cried as they hugged her when they realized she was back to stay - not just to visit.
Along with her dedication to her work at TOA, Faith has her own beautiful family. She is married to Pastor Renson Kimori and they have three precious children.