Peter Orongai Ole Narok serves as treasurer of the Mara Guides Association. Ole Narok was born in the Maasai Mara and continues to live in his homeland of Sekenani, only four kilometers from the Maasai Mara Game Reserve. He has worked as a freelance guide since 2004. In addition to operating as treasurer of the MGA, Ole Narok has served as Chairman of the Maasai Cultural Village Association since 2009, which is comprised of 27 villages and 80 families. The Maasai Cultural Village Association is a community platform that works closely with tour companies to stop corruption in the tourism industry and insure that Maasai families are fairly compensated for sharing their homes and culture with visitors. His own village is a registered cultural village where he invites guests to witness Maasai culture. Additionally, since 2007, Ole Narok has served as treasurer for projects of Action Africa, a U.S.-based NGO that operates in Kenya. He is the patron of Ole Kene Primary School, which serves of 280 children in his area. Ole Narok is truly educated in the traditional Maasai justice system and is a well-respected community leader who helps mediate public issues. He was among the graduates of Prescott College’s Maasai Field Guide Training Program in 2016. He is an advocate for Maasai rights, educational opportunities, and the recognition of traditional cultural knowledge.