Winstar Mokua Ombuki was born on 14th June 1988 in Kisii County, Kenya. He is the last born in a family of four brothers and two sisters. He attended Genesis Preparatory school for his primary level education where he worked steadily to emerge number 3 in Nyanza Province during Kenya Certificate of Primary education in 2002 having garnered 444/500 marks. He was later admitted to prestigious Starehe Boys’ Centre and School in Nairobi. At the end of four years, he attained a mean grade of A and was selected to join University of Nairobi in 2008 to pursue a degree in medicine and surgery. During his fourth year of medical school, he undertook a surgery elective term under the PRIME-K program at Mbagathi District hospital (Nairobi) for six weeks. He is expected to graduate at the end of this year (2013). Besides being an ambitious young man, he is diligent and has earned trust of those who have interacted with him. He demonstrates great leadership abilities. While at high school, he served as school prefect, treasurer of his Church group, Chairman of Mathematics club and as Ex officio Leader of Wildlife Club. At the university, he has rose through various ranks to become the Chairperson of Association of Medical Students of the University of Nairobi (AMSUN). In these different capacities, he has steered the organizations to greater levels of achievement through goal oriented and innovative strategies. Winstar derives pleasure from helping others. During long holidays, he has volunteered at several hospitals within the city and outside. Those who have associated with him closely describe him as humorous and funny. He spends his free time playing soccer, athletics and exploring nature. He is interested in research and has written some case reviews in addition to continuing work on various scientific studies. His dream is to be a surgeon in the near future.