She goes by the name Flora Mulatya. She was born in Kibwezi and grew up there with her nine siblings. She earned a BA in education from Moi University and an MBA from the University of Nairobi. In 1992, she began her professional teaching career at Kitise Secondary School in Makueni County, where she worked for three years until being promoted to the positions of deputy head teacher and finally principal in 1997. She started her career as a teacher at the Good Shepherd Girls Secondary School in Makueni, then moved on to Mbooni Girls, and is now at Machakos Girls High School. She worked her way up to principal at Kenya High School, where her stellar leadership earned her a Fulbright scholarship to complete her degree in Australia.
Flora’s warm personality won the hearts of her students, who now call her “mom.” To them, she exemplifies the ideal mother: selflessly devoted to her children. Not only is she pleasant to chat she also seems to enjoy her work. Students who couldn’t pay tuition were rumored to have never been sent home from her class.
She made herself available to pupils by participating in extracurricular activities and holding counseling sessions. She also brought information and communication technology to the schools and set up a section dedicated to the study of the French language. When not in class, Flora hangs out with the ladies of Kalimbini Village in Sultan Hamud.
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