Abul Manyuon Mayen, a co-founder and the current president of the Twic East Girls Scholarship Program (TEGSP), has a bachelor degree of Medical Science majoring in Biomedical from the University of Western Sydney (UWS) in Sydney, New South Wales and Masters in Pharmacy from Newcastle University in Newcastle, New South Wales. She is currently working as a pharmacist in a retail setting. Abul did her primary education in Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya. In 2004, the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS), an international program that focus on providing education to refugee children living in refugee camps, awarded her a prestigious 4-year academic scholarship to Turkana Girls’ Secondary school, one of the best girls secondary schools in Turkana district, in Northern Kenya. “ JRS scholarship changed my life for the better and from first-hand experiences I understand what it mean to get helped,” Abul explained her motivation for co-founding the TEGSP. Maya Angelou has a saying that goes “when you get, give and when you learn, teach.” “I would like to be that help to those unfortunate girls back home in South Sudan; it’s a debt overdue to me,” Abul pledged. In 2006, Abul and her family migrated to Australia and settled in Sydney NSW; it was then that she was able to finish her secondary school at Parramatta High School in 2008. Abul joined the TEGSP and take the lead in educating young girls because she believe that education will improve health, family standards, reduce poverty, strengthen economy and reduce domestic & sexual violence in South Sudan. “From my own personal experience, education is the only tool that have the power to liberate women from the yoke of patriarchal society,” Abul concluded.