Peter Ndiang’ui is a highly experienced teacher. He has taught different social studies disciplines in Africa and United States for over three decades. He is currently teaching Advanced International Certificate Examinations (AICE) Geography and Economics on his teaching website.
This is part of the international examinations administered by University of Cambridge. He teaches in a charter school called Oasis High located in Cape Coral, Florida. He is also the advisor to a very successful Model United Nations (MUN) program. He is also the President of the Africa Network of Southwest Florida, is a member of the executive board of local branch of NAACP, and he Chairperson of an organization called ACT-SO where he works with the underprivileged students in the community.
Dr. Peter Ndiang’ui was born in the beautiful Nyeri District located on the slopes of Mount Kenya. He received his B.ED Degree (Social Sciences and Business Studies) and M.A. Degree from the University of Nairobi. He taught in several schools and colleges in Kenya up to 1997. He was the Dean of Students for twelve years at the prestigious St. Mary’s, Nairobi Kenya. In 1997, Peter migrated to USA when he was hired as an expatriate teacher by Atlanta International School. He taught IB Geography and Social Studies in AIS for five years before relocating to warmer SW Florida in 2002. He taught Ancient World History, Geography, Economics and Comparative Government at Canterbury School, Fort Myers for seven years. In 2009, Peter joined the faculty of Oasis High School to teach Social Studies. He is currently teaching several regular and AICE social studies courses. He is also the advisor of a highly accomplished and rapidly improving MUN team (ranked among the top 60 in North America). In 2005, Peter completed a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership in Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU). In 2011, he completed the Ed.S degree in the same university. In the spring of 2013, Peter finally attained his long-cherished dream of a doctoral degree in a graduation commencement held in FGCU.
Dr. Ndiang’ui has won numerous awards. He won the Lighthouse Award for two years in a row in 2010 and 2011. Among the many other awards, he also won the World Harmony Run Torch Bearer Award in March 2013. He is an accomplished Squash and Tennis player. He is ranked in USA in Squash (Division 3). He lives with his wonderful wife Priscilla and his stepson Eddy.(Source: Oasis High School)