GLOW Foundation’s focus is to provide women in developing countries with multilevel assistance to help them reach their goals and dreams. The Foundation’s main objectives include providing university and college tuition assistance, mentorship and promoting entrepreneurism.



GLOW Foundation provides gap funding to cover any tuition fees that are not provided by the Higher Education Loans Board (HELB) of Kenya or other scholarship sources. Sometimes a monthly allowance is provided to help students with basic living expenses, medical aid, and transportation.  These young girls have persevered, completed high school, and are defying the odds to attend universities. 

Due to their families’ low incomes, sometimes our students qualify for scholarships funded by the Kenyan government to which they are admitted. Unfortunately, demand is great and when awarded, the government scholarships and loans only cover a portion of the full cost. Our scholarships fund a range of critical expenses that are outside the capacity of disadvantaged families.

In addition to covering a variety of expenses that students face in university, GLOW Foundation also provides our recipients with a mentor. The mentor gives guidance and support through the ups and downs of university life, and tracks academic success rates, and university retention. This comprehensive advice and support system takes the girls from high school graduation through university and prepares them for the world of work.

As an extension of the mentorship program, GLOW Foundation fosters entrepreneurism by identifying viable business plans and providing loans to persue those business endeavors.


The Origins of GLOW

Jeni Lowry, Founder of GLOW Foundation (Giving Life Opportunities to Women), first met the girls’ school, Daraja Academy, in Kenya September 2015.  After her visit, she grew to understand what was happening to a lot of them upon high school graduation. Though their scores were high enough to be admitted to college, for financial reasons, they were unable to attend. She could not sit back and do nothing and watch some of the hardest working girls she had ever seen return home to their villages to seek menial employment in a country with over 35% unemployment.  

Upon witnessing Daraja's impact on allowing the girls to attend and graduate high school, Jeni decided to help the girls continue their dreams of furthering their education and careers by attending college. Without Daraja, none of these girls would have been able to even attend High School. And, now, without GLOW Foundation, these girls do not have a chance to attend college. 

She would love your help in directly changing the course of these girls' lives and as GLOW Foundation grows, help many others in similar situations throughout the world. Jeni recognizes first hand, that together, we can make a HUGE impact on these young women's lives, their families' lives, and their future generations' lives with financial assistance and mentorship. 

With love and gratitude,
Jeni Lowry


Advisory Board


Victoria is a graduate with a Master’s in Business Administration with a specialty in Strategic Management from Kenyatta University and a Bachelors degree in Education from Moi University. Currently at Daraja, Victoria serves at the school Principal, teaches Business studies and WISH (Women of Integrity, Strength, and Hope) among other roles. Having been at Daraja since inception year 2009, Victoria has learned to be an agent of girls’ empowerment. With many students being in her admiration, she gets inspiration of serving in this rare opportunity.

Victoria Gichuhi
Principal, Daraja Academy

Eileen Hall is a Texas lawyer who has always been guided by a commitment to community responsibility and social justice. She views "community" in an international as well as a local sense. As a young associate in a major Dallas corporate law firm, Eileen was asked to update the bylaws for the Dallas Urban League. Although she became that firm's first woman partner, she left the firm so that she could represent individuals and small businesses in commercial, family and estate matters, and so that she could have the time and flexibility to extend her leadership to community efforts.

Eileen served as a Board member and President of both the Greater Dallas Community of Churches and the Pastoral Counseling Center (formerly the Pastoral Counseling and Education Center). She also served on the District 6 Grievance Committee of the State Bar of Texas, having chaired the committee in 2012 - 2014. Currently, she serves on the board of Giving Hope, Inc., a nonprofit agency dedicated to reducing and averting homelessness.

Eileen earned a Bachelor of Arts degree, Phi Beta Kappa, from the University of New Mexico. She received her law degree, with high honors, from Texas Tech University in 1976.

Eileen Hall

Robert (Bobby) Bisor serves as a founder and principal with BR Capital, LLC, a private equity and real estate investment firm located in Dallas, Texas. This firm was founded in 2017. This follows a distinguished 24-year career with Texas AM University and 30 years of service with the State of Texas.

Bisor is a Class of 86 graduate of Texas A&M University. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology, with a minor in Business Administration. He also holds a Master of Science degree in Educational Administration from Texas A&M University.

Bisor services as Chairman of the Board, Beacon Hill Preparatory Institute. He has previously served as Chairman of the Board, Bryan/College Station Chamber Commerce; Board member, Community Foundation of Brazos Valley; Board member, Bryan/College Station Convention and Visitors Bureau; and Board member, St. Joseph Regional Health Center. Bisor splits time between his homes in Dallas, TX and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

Robert (Bobby) Bisor
Founder, BR Capital