Elizabeth Rachael Wambura Mitaru, is an African singer, songwriter and musician, simply known by her Kenyan names Wambura Mitaru. The singer/songwriter is famous for her riveting performance of Work In Progress, a single recorded atop the roof of a Massachusetts building. She is the first female recipient of a full-ride scholarship under the Africa Scholars Program at Berklee College of Music, Boston MA, U.S., a near impossible task for anyone who was tone-deaf. Wambura has rapidly risen to become a powerful vocalist, with adept songwriting abilities and music production skills. She has penned and arranged soulful hits on Just A Band’s sophomore album 82, Mala, for U.S based Afropop singer Sara Mitaru, and ghostwritten the theme song for Kenya’s major motion picture Leo, performed by Sauti Sol. Wambura has toured Europe, U.S and Africa, primarily alone and also with her former band Wambura Mitaru Synergy. The multilingual musician continues to write and sing her music in English, Swahili and her mother tongue, Embu. Her dream is to become a music teacher, for which she undertook a dual music education and music business/management major at the college.