Born and raised in a small one-roomed corrugated iron shack at Mukuru kwa Njenga, Isaac is an exemplary definition of a self-made man from the streets of one of the biggest slums in Nairobi, Kenya. As the second-born son in a family of 5 siblings to a single mother who sold fruits and vegetables by the roadside to make a living, Isaac has beaten the social and economic odds of being raised in such a place, including, but not limited to crime, poor sanitation, and drugs. Being a top performer all his years in primary school (the U.S. version of elementary school) and secondary school (the U.S. version of high school), his star shone brightly when he was admitted to one of the country’s top universities to pursue a bachelor’s degree. Currently, Isaac is a part-time post-graduate student and works as the Legal Writer, Author, and Publisher at The Law Office of Vincent Miletti, Esq. As his motto, “Always Rising Above the Bar” suggests, he aspires to inspire and encourage young men and women to fight and overcome the odds facing people born and raised like him.