Maroon Life Learning


“Maroon Life Learning, LLC or simply MLL is a company created by husband and wife team Njeri and Jeffrey Nembhard.

Njeri Nembhard is a graduate of Columbia University Teachers College with a master’s degree in International Education Development, Curriculum and Technology. A person dedicated to academic excellence and the advancement of African people and their descendants in the Diaspora. She is the founder of Maroon Life Learning (MLL) which focuses on the continued study and proliferation of African knowledge, culture and history. Her skills are based on 8 years of preparing curricula and teaching children and adults in both private and public settings and in her own homeschool. She has prior academic experience, in the areas of, curriculum development and academic proofing, business development and publication projects and hotel management. An energetic enthusiastic individual, she is committed to the plight and journey of African science, art and culture through its’ people and their descendants.

Jeffrey Nembhard is a former Senior IT Professional with a unique background combining program management, software and database development with financial analysis. More than 25 years of programming/analysis experience across a wide platform of expertise from engineering applications to financial reporting serving a broad range of clients. Co-founder of Maroon Life Learning (MLL) as a dedicated and committed believer in the teaching and spreading of African knowledge and the black experience. A progressive individual, who is dedicated to applying past experience, to create media and tools to further develop educational resources to advance African based knowledge, culture and science.

It is our firm belief that parents are and should be the first educators of their children. That is why we homeschool our children. However, we know that homeschooling is not an option for many parents and neither is finding the time to create materials or curricula. We hope that our classes will help to lighten your load and make it easier for you to teach your children their African history.”

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