Salim Mohamed is an Eisenhower Fellow. He is the Co Founder of Carolina for Kibera and holds a Master of Science degree in Organization Management and Implementation of Development projects. He is dedicated to alleviating poverty, prevent violence through community based development and empowerment of youths at the grassroots with expertise in management and implementation of development projects. Salim values in ensuring that solutions to poverty are better placed when the people affected are at the forefront of the design and implementation of the interventions. He has previously worked as a consultant at Save the Children – Kenya, British Council in Ghana and Nigeria, CESVI consultant in Somalia, World Bank and Ministry of Health, Kenya. He is one of the founding youth of Mathare Youth Sports Association (MYSA). Previously, Salim was the East Africa Regional Representative, Ashoka where he was responsible for the strategy, management and operations of the organisation. He is a Draper Hill Summer fellow at the Stanford’s Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law. Salim loves being a new father, playing football and travelling.