Mrs. Enid Mpumwire-Machayo is the CEO and Co-Founder of Global Inheritance. Enid passionately works on different projects that ignite change in people’s lives and their communities. Born in Uganda before moving to America in the mid-80s due to war in her home country, Enid developed a deep passion for empowering people both in America and Uganda. During leadership mission trips in Africa, she conceptualizes and delivers training workshops for rural women empowering them to end generational poverty through renewing their minds and training in employable vocational skills like craft making. Enid also visits village clinics during her mission trips to provide counsel and encouragement to workers and to pray with the patients.
Presently, Mrs. Mpumwire-Machayo is a member of the American Association for Christian Counselors and a board member of Northern Virginia Licensed Professional Counselors. She also serves as a Career Network Ministry Worker for McLean Bible Church in Tysons Corner, VA and the Vestry member for Church of the Holy Spirit in Leesburg VA where she counsels individuals during life transitions and advises the church on minority engagement.
Ms. Mpumwire-Machayo speaks four languages and has over five certifications related to nonprofit management and career readiness. She also has a certification in Leadership and Conflict Resolution.
Ms. Mpumwire-Machayo is blessed with four children and they happily reside in Ashburn, Virginia.
Bo Machayo is the President and Co-Founder of Global Inheritance. He is a first-generation African-American with parents from Uganda and Kenya.
Most recently, he served in the Obama Administration as the Principal Deputy Associate Director of Public Engagement for the White House Council on Environmental Quality, engaging with diverse stakeholders across the government, on behalf of the President to enhance and establish our domestic and international climate change, energy and environment framework.
Before then, he was an aide to both Secretary Jeh Johnson and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand handling a variety of issues including homeland security, health, education, and labor.
For the past four years he has also coached basketball for elementary and middle school girls and a mentor to kids across Loudoun and Fairfax Public Schools. He is the proud oldest sibling of four children, with one younger brother and two little sisters.
He is a graduate of Wake Forest University with degrees in Economics and Political Science. He is also recognized by the World Economic Forum as a Global Shaper.