Harvard University, a private Ivy League research university in Massachusetts USA, was established in 1636, with its history, influence, and wealth making it one of the world's most prestigious universities. Several Kenyans have had the opportunity to study at the prestigious school including billionaire Chris Kirubi, Meru Senator Kiraitu Murungi, CS Adan Mohamed (Ministry of East African Community and Regional Development), former Treasury CS Henry Rotich, former Kenya Airways bosses Titus Naikuni and Mbuvi
1.Julia Ojiambo She the first Kenyan woman to study at the prestigious Harvard University School of Public Health, the first to receive a PhD degree from the University of Nairobi where she would also be the first African woman to be appointed a lecturer.
Harvard University, one of the world's most prestigious universities was established in 1636 in Massachusetts in the United States of America has natured several Kenyan intellectuals who have come back to prove there prowess in various fields and have stood the test of time to show they are academic power house in the country. The first Kenyan to go to Harvard was renowned media personality, Hilary Ngweno. He joined Harvard in 1957 to study nuclear physics. He later returned into the country in 1963 and became