Board of Directors
Julius Munyao, Chairman
Julius is an Associate Pastor at World Aflame Church, located just outside the Mukuru Kwa Njenga slum. He has served as a pastor for five years while working full-time as a manager for the Kenya National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA).
For many years, Pastor Julius worked as a transportation expert for the Automobile Association of Kenya. Last year, he joined the Kenyan National Transport Authority where he heads up automobile inspections. He and his wife, Agnes, have three children and live in Nairobi.
Esther Mueni Kyole (Mutiso), Treasurer
Esther Kyole (Chollee) is a Kenyan primary school teacher with a diverse background in human resources, marketing, and business. She earned an MBA with a focus on Finance from Kenyatta University in Nairobi (2008) and an MBA from The Cypress Institute of Marketing in 2005.
With great passion and commitment, she daily pours herself out to her students and even visits their homes in the slum when they are absent for long periods of time. Due to her dedication, she was promoted to Approved Senior Teacher. She holds numerous certificates of achievement from various interests, including sports for the physically handicapped, mathematics, science and agriculture, and special education.
Esther has served God since she was a teenager. Currently, she reaches out to families in need through the Samaritan Ministry at her Pentecostal Evangelical Fellowship of Africa (PEFA) Church in Nairobi. She previously
worked in the church’s Women’s Department and taught abstinence to unmarried women in a nation that has the world’s third-largest HIV/AIDs epidemic.
She lives outside of the town center with her husband and two of her four children. Two of her adult children are working professionals, one in Nairobi and one in Dubai. In her spare time on weekends, Esther manages a farming enterprise in the Kenyan countryside.
Maggie Friedrich, Executive Director & Secretary
Maggie received her call to rescue families from sex slavery in October of 2014 while attending IRIS Harvest School of Missions in Pemba, Mozambique, which is run by Heidi and Rolland Baker. From the school, she moved directly to Nairobi, Kenya, where she launched On Eagles’ Wings.
God is pulling on all of her past service as a Christian for this new work. Soon after becoming a Christian 20 years ago, God called her to do a small part in racial reconciliation, so she joined St. Stephens African Methodist Episcopal Church (A.M.E.) in Elkridge, Maryland, where she worked with the youth and taught adult Bible Study.For four years, Maggie spearheaded a healing room at Kingdom Life Christian Church in Bradenton, Florida, where God healed numerous physical and emotional ailments, including a goiter, breast tumors, and addictions. She also previously led a team to local strip clubs, taking gifts and demonstrating Christ’s love to the dancers and bouncers. As a House Manager for SOLVE Maternity Homes in Bradenton, Maggie lived with troubled, young pregnant women and inspired them to turn their lives around.
For almost 30 years, Maggie maintained a successful career as a manager, journalist, and writer for various companies in Florida and Maryland. Originally from Sharon, PA, she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Regional Planning with a double-major in Psychology in 1979 from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, Pennsylvania, graduating Cum Laude.
Maggie is licensed by Kingdom Life Christian Church in Bradenton, Florida, U.S.A. See http://www.kingdomlifechristianchurch.org
Thomas Hayes, Board Member
Tom managed a Clairol and Revlon sales team of 2,200 salespersons from Wisconsin to Texas and West for 25 years. After moving from Los Angeles to Bradenton, Florida, in 2010, he became a yacht broker for Edwards Yacht Sales. Tom is a member of Kingdom Life Christian Church where he is head usher and leads outreach to the homeless in Manatee County. He is avidly involved in the prayer team.
Daniel Weru, Board Member
Daniel, 35, earned a diploma in Banking from Kenya Polytechnic in 2004. With high marks, he then was accepted to into a program that sent him from Kenya to study in Germany with additional help from his parents. When he arrived at Giessen University in Germany, he completed a year in foundational studies, then began a program in Electrical Engineering at Technische Universität in Darmstadt. During his second year in University, Daniel began a successful business shipping goods between Germany and Kenya. After four semesters at the university, Daniel left his studies to take on the business full-time.
Daniel married a German woman, Marielis, and they moved their daughter and their business to Nairobi in 2010. They continued the shipping business until they decided in 2018 to give back to the community by opening a school that serves middle class and poor children. The school began with seven children and boomed in 2019 when they signed on 25 students. They teach Math, Science, Geography, English and German.
As strong Christians, the family attends the Seventh Day Adventist Church. They also volunteered at On Eagles’ Wings, teaching and playing with our children. They now live near the school with their two daughters, Comfort and Malaika.