The Global Give Back Circle, 2020 Calendar is a tribute to the commitment of Microsoft Mentors to the economic empowerment of women and girls in West Pokot, “West Pokot Story”.
The Global Give Back Circle, 2021 calendar celebrates the resiliency and courage of twelve once at-risk girls from Kenya who are being mentored and supported by women at Microsoft.
Digital generation. Our generation. Microsoft mentors help bridge the digital divide in Kenya.
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“KPMG was first introduced to the Global Give Back Circle in 2009 when I met two young ‘butterflies’. I was so impressed with their individual poise, and such a polished and professional presentation, that I decided the rm must become involved. Today, over a hundred people at KPMG in Kenya, the USA, Australia, South Africa and the United Kingdom, are involved in mentoring and providing friendship and Support. Over the years, KPMG in Kenya always has a number of young women from this program as interns and I can personally tell you that they are all exceptionally professional and high performing. Today, we feel fortunate to have four of those outstanding young women working in full-time positions at KPMG. KPMG is proud to be associated with the Global Give Back Circle and the fantastic impact it has on all involved”.
— David Leahy
Partner at KPMG East Africa
“Deloitte invests in the Global Give Back Circle by sponsoring, mentoring and providing these girls internships. By doing this Deloitte contributes to the development of the kind of benevolent human capital needed for growth in Kenya.”
— Bernadette Wahogo-Irungu
Deloitte East Africa