The Purpose-Full Teenager Program (for girls only)

This is a four months' mentorship program by 17 year old Adnah McKenna, an Author, Entrepreneur & Community Worker.

Read More


Adnah McKenna is a grade nine aspiring architect and an artist who is passionate about music, photography, research, writing, and design. She owns Abiah Expressions – an Artsy Company and volunteers as a part time arts teacher in one of the schools in Kibera, Nairobi.

Adnah is on a career path towards architecture. She is fascinated with plans, designs and the construction of buildings. In future, she hopes to provide services in connection with the design of buildings and the space within the site surrounding the buildings.

Adnah owns an artsy entrepreneurship company, Abiah Expressions which she founded in 2009 and expresses her gifts through its different forums.

She is active in retail selling, customer service, and project management. She has also managed several book tables, distributing and selling Bibles, and Christian literature.

Adnah is the author of the teens’ book, Conceive Achieve for Teens which launched in April of 2018. She has other books in the pipeline.

As a voice-over artist, with her voice on several projects including Audio books, Bible stories retold and Social media adverts.

As a photographer, her interest is in micro, still life & portrait and has won gold and silver medals in East Africa Students Convention; medals in International Students Convention, USA; and one of her photographs was adopted for the cover of the book, If I Had a Son by Mutani Gitonga.

In research and writing, she has contributed to the local magazines on articles on teens, online gaming for kids, spoken word and patriotism.

Adnah is a volunteer part-time arts teacher at Oasis Schools in Kibera slum through her arts program ‘crafting for teeny-weeny hands’ that seeks to ‘empower a creative world, one child at a time.’

She’s compassionate about needy children living in dire poor conditions and to this effect, she feeds and interacts with one young street boy in Adams Arcade, Nairobi. From the proceeds of her book sales, she has sponsored four children through school – three in kindergarten and one in high school.

In her adult life, she plans on running an orphanage to take care of children who have no one to care for them.

Adnah lives with her father and mother in Nairobi. She has two siblings; her sister Ella Amani and brother Ethan Imara, whom she adores.



Accountability – A Biblical Principle: Strengthening Your Walk of Faith by Developing Christian Accountability

KSh 1090


It’s About Time: Your Blueprint for Successful Time Management

KSh 890


Conceive Achieve for Teens: A Roadmap To Your Success

KSh 990


Drop Us a Line


    In the words of Sir Isaac Newton, mentors extend vision, enable proteges to attain greater heights. In short, mentors provide undeniable counsel and resources that are not necessarily or readily available or accessible. One of the key realities on life’s journey is the fact that no one can ‘do,’ or ‘go’ or ‘be’ without others. In life, we need others, and others will need us as well.