Catherine Mbithi is a part time volunteering program mentor at U-Tena youth organization and holds a diploma in community development and social work. She facilitates young adolescent boys and girls in Mukuru Viwandani slums Kenya through life skills, literacy, numeracy and leadership to advance their learning outcome and transit to secondary school and also increase the mentees knowledge on sexual reproductive health. She is also a parental counselor for the A LOT change program which is aimed at good parenting. Over the past years Catherine has been great asset to the community and youth through empowerment programs. Currently she is a mentor for the DREAMS program funded by USAID through global communities which is aimed at reducing new HIV/AIDs infection among young adolescent girls in Kamukuji ward and has managed to deliver all the evidence based intervention (EBI’S). She has also served as a project assistant for the railway relocation action plan for the Mukuru and Kibera project affected persons(PAPs) through Muungano support trust and managed to relocate 9000 PAPs to the newly build structures. Catherine has also served as a data clerk and enumerator at Pamoja Trust for the water and sanitation program in Mukuru and Mathare slums of Nairobi- Kenya. With the experience she has you can except 100 % of hard work, dedication and honesty from her work.