Thomas' Story

Thomas Mwaura is a longtime Baltimore County resident. Thomas Mwaura has served the community in Maryland as a community organizer and activist. Thomas is a natural leader who has a heart for service to those in need. Thomas Mwaura understands hard work and the struggles that go along with it. Thomas had to do hard jobs such as dishwashing, cab driving to pay his way through college. As an immigrant from Kenya, Thomas understands first hand challenges faced by immigrants as they assimilate into the American society, culture and economy.

Thomas graduated from Coppin State University with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and a Masters Degree in Applied Information Technology from Towson University. Thomas is a Systems Trainer with the Baltimore City IT Department. Thomas Mwaura understands the challenges faced by single parents, having lost his dear wife while his 4 children were young.


Why Vote Us?


  • During the Covid-19 pandemic, Thomas partnered with Afrithrive, a non profit organization that distributes fresh fruits and vegetables, rice and beans on a weekly basis to ease the burden of families and to provide food security to his community. Together with Afritrive Thomas has been distributing Covid-19 home test kits and N95 masks to minimize the spread of Covid.
  • Thomas Mwaura is a co-founder of Elimu Community Center in Middle River, Maryland. Elimu Community Center is a non-profit organization focused on improving the lives of the community by implementing inclusive activities and programs that promote community development.
  • Thomas Mwaura is co-founder and president of Haki Zetu (Our rights), a political action group whose mission is to educate, inspire, and motivate the public to engage more deeply in our democracy.


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