Cheryl Cheung, a talent acquisition manager for South East Asia, was one of our volunteers who traveled to Tsavo as part of the Global Angels Foundation project in Kenya and worked with the community towards achieving sustainable growth.
Peter Maxey is a talent principal at Robert Walters in the UK and was one of our volunteers to recently visit Kenya to work on key future-proofing projects in Tsavo alongside the Global Angels Foundation.
Izabelli Alves, Marketing Executive for Robert Walters based in Sao Paulo, travelled as a volunteer to Kenya to work on key Global Angels projects that the Robert Walters Group funds in Tsavo, and saw our purpose in action.
Each year Robert Walters Group employee volunteers travel to Tsavo to work on key projects. Matt Mitchell is a Senior Consultant in our Wellington office, New Zealand, who travelled 8,000 miles to Kenya and saw first-hand how the Robert Walters Group, Global Angels and the community are working together to build a sustainable future for the region.
For over five years the Robert Walters Group has partnered with the Global Angels Foundation, supporting the Itinyi Valley community in Tsavo, Kenya. We take a look at some of the key projects we have funded and delivered in our partnership with Global Angels and the local community in 2022.
For this year’s World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, the theme "Rising up from drought together" calls on us all to take early action to avoid disastrous consequences for both the planet and humanity. Read about how we are helping to combat drought in Kenya in partnership with the Global Angels Foundation.
We’re proud to be a finalist at this year’s Reuters Events: Responsible Business Awards in the category of ‘Product or Service Innovation’, recognising our industry-leading inclusivity audit from Resource Solutions.