Kellen Makuru

Kellen Makuru

I grew up in Uganda, East Africa, where I attended university, graduating with an associates degree in early childhood education, a bachelor’s degree in administration and psychology, and a master’s degree in diplomacy and international studies. I have since been an early childhood educator for over 10 years, both as a teacher and as head administrator of a kindergarten. In addition, I was the director of programs and operations for the Kenzie Foundation, a charitable organization that works to improve the lives of vulnerable children, youth, and widows by supporting community programs. I have a holistic perspective on learning and development, and I hope to discover each child’s potential and help them learn that each day can be their own achievement.

I live in Pepperell with my uncle’s family and enjoy baking, dancing, and arts and crafts.