Kenneth graduated with a BSc. Degree in Animal Health, Production and Processing. He underwent further agricultural training in Israel's Arava Desert, earning a diploma from AICAT. He served as Group Leader and Mentor for 116 Kenyan agricultural interns training in South Israel from 2018 to 2019. Currently, Kenneth sits on the Training & Development Sub-Committee for the JNF Joint Institute for Global Food, Water & Energy Security. This 10-million-dollar initiative aims to build food, water and energy security among vulnerable communities in the developing world. Kenneth's ideas continue to inspire audiences in Kenya and beyond – he has skilfully demonstrated how best agribusiness can be used as a potent tool of international diplomacy.