Lafamia Greens produces organic African indigenous and exotic vegetables using hydroponics (soil-less) and greenhouse technologies. . Her background is in Microbiology from Karatina University with a certificate in Entrepreneurship and Leadership from Africa Leadership X (ALX). Currently, she is part of Africa YES, a program for early stage social entrepreneurs and she has recently been nominated for the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders.
With a mission to work towards daily food availability through sustainable agriculture and entrepreneurship, Elizabeth is committed to promoting food security in Africa. Elizabeth has trained 700+ youths across Africa on agriculture. She strongly believes that young people are the key to tackling food insecurity and promoting agriculture in Africa. Notably, she is co-authoring a book to demystify negative attitudes towards agriculture and enlighten young people on the available opportunities in agriculture in Africa.