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General Presentations

On this page, you will find various presentation Matunda has made in a number of forums. Many pertain to volunteer activity and to professional organizations.

Feel free to use this material (albeit with attribution) and provide feedback as well; click on the respective link to access the presentation.

  1. Is Graduate School for you? Presentation at the Zonal Conference of National Society of Black Engineers. October 18, 2008
  2. Building Your Career – A Perspective. Presentation at the Zonal Conference of National Society of Black Engineers. October 18, 2008.

Comments

Comment from Ronald Ongori
Time: November 3, 2008, 10:38 pm

First I have to say the presentation was great. I was in deed uplifted. I am a recent mechanical engineer graduate and got my entry level job here in the US. Well, going for grad school is a thought that has been lingering my mind lately, but I am not so certain in regards to what I should specialize in. Your presentation is intriguing and I feel more energized.
Mine was simply thanking you for sharing such powerful message to your fellow “countrymen” and please continue sharing.

Comment from Monyancha Roy
Time: February 1, 2009, 10:23 am

The presentation on Building your Career was simply the best and iwill recomend that young and aspiring people get a chance to have a look at it n personally,i will try where possible to let the have such an excellent piece of presentetion.Thank you for sharing with the world.

Comment from Lemayian
Time: February 14, 2009, 12:50 am

Matunda!

I am inspired and encouraged by your insights into grad school and successful career planning. Sharing this information with the world is noble! Thanks for the guidance….

Comment from robin
Time: April 4, 2009, 2:17 am

You have a good vision that needs to be supported

Comment from Spalatin Oire
Time: June 10, 2009, 12:58 pm

I spent time going through both presentations. They are both insightful and thought provoking. I would definitely adopt insights where applicable. I think these are timeless.

Comment from Sorina Iliescu
Time: June 21, 2009, 11:56 am

Dear Mr. Matunda,

We are a nonprofit organization, Wellbeing Foundation, and we are working on an amazing project of bringing water to a Massai Tribe in Kenya. Please check our website at http://www.wellbeing-foundation.org for all the information on what we are trying to accomplish.

We are having a Salsa Event to benefit the people of Kenya, on Friday, June 26, at 8 pm and it will end on Saturday, June 27 at 1 am. The location of the event is at Take Hold Ballroom, 721 Miami Circle, Atlanta, GA.

We will be honored to have the Kenyan and Massai community from Atlanta attend to the event and get involved in our project. Please join us, share, and celebrate with us this wonderful opportunity to build together a better world for all of us. We are looking forward to be hearing from you.

Respectfully,Cleopatra Sorina IliescuPresident (Please share this information to the Kenyan and Massai Community and feel free to contact me and/or Alisa Abdullaeva if you have additional questions at cs_iliescu@hotmail.com and alisatherapy@gmail.com. Contact by phone Alisa Abdullaeva at 404-841-8001.)

Comment from Charles Chief Aguatta Kinaro.
Time: March 25, 2010, 9:57 pm

Matunda,
Exploring through your presentations is overly inspiring. I am wishing I had made a follow up to know you better when we met in Washington early 2000/2001. It’s never too late I guess, because “eyerangete nigo ekweira roche”. Again since we will be working on our political journey, (my assumption), that you have political ambitions like me, I will take it upon myself to see that we have a conversation very soon.

Comment from joshua araka
Time: September 10, 2010, 7:01 am

I’ve made a revist in this site and i can confess that it stands apart as a communication platform with a lively and interactive articles.
keep up, keep it on.

Comment from Matunda Nyanchama
Time: September 30, 2010, 5:58 am

Joshua,

Like they say, we don’t light a candle and put it under the table. Ours is to sharing what little we know or have learnt with others.

It is our duty and obligation.

Salimia watu wa Nyamira.

Comment from Amwatah
Time: January 3, 2012, 2:03 am

Thanks indeed for your nice,concise and above all informative presentations.Perhaps if i may ask .from which fielsds do you encourage contributions from.

i will be most glad to recieve your reply.

AMWATAH

Comment from Matunda Nyanchama
Time: January 3, 2012, 2:54 am

Amwatah

Here we cover many areas as long as they deal with development, whether of an individual or society; social, economic, technological and the like.

Happy New Year.

Comment from Hesbon Hongo CPA CPS CIA Bcom(Final Year0
Time: January 9, 2012, 4:51 am

I am impressed with your contributions and concerns.Please continue the good work.I wish to follow in your footsteps.

Comment from Jared Aoma
Time: May 18, 2012, 8:44 am

Dear Mr Matunda, We had requested you to visit Mosobeti market for purposes of orientation, please let us know the plans in place.

In the mean time kindly note that we do not have a road from Metamaywa -Mosobeti to Kebirigo, please push the same as it has been pending for miaka nenda miaka rudi!
Best wishes.

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