Philip is a husband, a father of two and a qualified professional in Procurement. He is a member of the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS), the Kenya Institute of Supplies Management (KISM), awarded BTEC Level 2 professional and a certified Mental Health Expert, Coach and Moderator with a background in Clinical Psychologist, he did his bachelor’s degree in the UK at University of Glamorgan. In addition, Philip is an Athlete majoring his abilities on power lifting as well as embarking on strengthening the fitness industry by ways of fitness enthusiast not depending on Performance Enhancement Drugs (PED’s) thus the foundation called Awakening Strength which forms an avenue for helping people gain courage to go after their dreams since in the long run, it is that crazy vision of what one truly aspires to be in life which keeps recurring over and over again.
The main concept of Awakening Strength is to understand the human’s Reward system and invoking it with one’s lifetime dreams or passion. The understanding of Humans Reward system was a driver towards attaining qualifications as a Clinical Psychologist. As a result, partnering with Akilibomba (CBO) has and will enable both parties shorten the gap of having available instruments for helping more people in the community.
Philip’s MOTTO is “It is up to you to believe in yourself. It's up to you to have the courage to be the best. It is up to you to Never Settle’’
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