Author: Tacy Layne

A lifelong West Virginia resident, Tacy graduated from Fairmont State University in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in English. Following graduation, she worked as a marketing administrator for an advertising publication. In 2015, inspired by travel to Malawi, Africa, Tacy began work in the nonprofit sector as a writer/editor for an international nonprofit organization dedicated to addressing the orphan crisis. Moved by the realization that extreme poverty is the leading cause of family disruption, Tacy joined Nuru International in 2018 to support fundraising efforts, donor relations, and communications. In her spare time, she enjoys training for marathons, whitewater rafting, skiing, and occasional foraging.
Nuru Makes Donation Matching Easy

Nuru International has partnered with Double the Donation to make donation matching easier! You can make your donation go further by submitting it…

Vitamin Angels Partners with Nuru Nigeria to Distribute Vitamins and Minerals to Underserved Women and Children

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 22, 2020  Contact: Tacy Layne | info@nuruinternational.org ABUJA, NIGERIA — Vitamin Angels recently partnered with Nuru Nigeria by donating…

Nuru Nigeria’s Amy Gaman Receives Award of Excellence in Leadership and Humanitarian Services

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 17, 2020  Contact: Tacy Layne | info@nuruinternational.org  LAGOS –– In November 2020, Nuru Nigeria Executive Director Amy Gaman was…

New Book “What Transformation Takes” Highlights Nuru’s Work in Kenya

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 15, 2020  Contact: Tacy Layne | info@nuruinternational.org WASHINGTON, D.C. — Nuru Kenya is highlighted in the recently published book…

Nuru Kenya Celebrates Challenges at Humentum Africa

On June 2, Nuru Kenya and Nuru Social Enterprises presented virtually for Humentum Africa. Humentum brings together international relief and development organizations to…

Nuru Highlighted in USAID-Funded Research Collaboration

The 2015 exit of Nuru International staff from Migori County, Kenya, was recently featured as a case study in the USAID-funded collaborative research…