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Speaker, Mentor,  Author




“Positioned for such a time as this”

Dynamic, captivating, jovial and effervescent, Teresita or as many call her Terry, is a wife and mother of two. She has used her anointed gifting for leadership, mentoring, coaching, and shepherding to provide a safe space for young girls who have been sexually abused. As Founder and President of Kara Olmurani she has established a nonprofit organization that is making a difference and having real impact in the world. Terry has undying desire to advocate for rape survivors, and the policies and statutes that protect them from predators.


As a transformational speaker, her impact extends beyond the Kenyan soil where she was born and raised. She is an esteemed graduate of East Africa University in Bible and Theology and continues her studies in Human Services and Child Psychology. Together with her husband, she does premarital and marital coaching  


She has chronicled her traumatic abduction and rape in her autobiography, Crawling out of Darkness, and several media outlets have shared her story in awe of her resilience and the work she does including BBC 

Recently, she was featured in the New York times

 sharing her journey and what motivated her to start the rescue homes for sexually abused children across Africa.

She currently serves in the board of Kenya Women in The United States of America (KWITU) U.S and Kenya Branches.


Terry is sought after as a speaker, thought leader, trainer, author, child advocate, preacher, and trauma coach. Her passion is unquenchable.


Terry has received numerous Honors and awards for her hard work and many contributions towards societal reform.


In November 2021, she was awarded an honorary Doctor of Divinity from St Thomas Christian University Florida, recognizing her trail blazing work as a child protector of sexually abused survivors.

In March 2021, she was honored with the unsung Shero award by Every Girl Wins Institute Charlotte, in recognition of the work she does to improve the lives of girls in the community.

 In 2017, she was awarded with Humanitarian Award from Café Ngoma Kenya, in recognition of the work she does among sexual abuse survivors.

In 2016, she was awarded the Timeless Woman of Wonder for her tireless efforts in restoring dignity to sexually assaulted women.




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