Susana Wangare Kanyi, BA, MA
“Our prime purpose in this life is to help others. And if you can't help them, at least don't hurt them,” Dalai Lama.
Ms. Wangare is a graduate of Rowan University and Montclair University. She is an educator with over two decades of experience and has taught math at various levels, including elementary, high school, and college.
Wangare is dedicated to empowering everyone she comes in contact with. Nothing gives her more satisfaction than imparting knowledge and positive change to children as she contributes to making them better members of society. Her educational philosophy centers on seeing the whole student in the academic process and engaging them in multiple ways to help them find their “why” and see themselves in the learning journey.
Having moved to America at the tender age of 17, Wangare has developed a passion for promoting to help attain educational and social equality for the girl child. She firmly believes that if the girl child and woman have the same gender equality afforded the boy or man, there will be no limit to their potential.
Outside of school, Wangare enjoys playing golf, swimming, and reading.
Anthony Fosu is a member of the Dartmouth Class of 2024 from Keyport, New Jersey. At Dartmouth, he studies Government and minors in Human-Centered Design and Public Policy, focusing on education. He centers his passions on policy, design, and community in his research and by helping co-chair the Student Government Student Aid Committee, increasing accessibility and opportunity for all students. Outside of Student Government, he is the Art Director for the Apologia Journal, President of the Morning Glory Christian fellowship, and Vice-President of the Dartmouth Minority Pre-Law Association, and served as a mentor and President with the NAACP Dartmouth Chapter.