The Ken Okoth Award honors the memory of Kenneth Okoth (1978-2019, MAGES class of 2005). Ken was a leader throughout his life, as an educator, a foundation director, and as an elected Member of Parliament in Kenya. He was a champion of human rights, children’s education, women’s empowerment, and health and sanitation for all. His political vision, compassion, and engagement touched many lives, both here at Georgetown and in his home country. The Ken Okoth Award celebrates his example and encourages others to aspire to the same standards. Awarded by the CGES faculty, it recognizes exceptional dedication to social engagement and academic excellence.

The 2022 winner of the Ken Okoth Award- Angie Chermanz-Monroy


Winners of the Ken Okoth Award include:

  • Angie Chermanz-Monroy (2022)
  • Kyilah Terry (2021)