Kenya Stump, a native of Central City, KY, formed the Biofuels for Schools program in October 2010. The program is made possible by the TogetherGreen Conservation Leadership Program which invests in high-potential leaders, providing them with the tools, resources, visibility, and a peer network to help them lead the conservation actions needed to shape a greener, healthier future. Audubon and Toyota launched the five-year TogetherGreen initiative in 2008 to fund conservation projects, train environmental leaders, and offer volunteer opportunities that significantly benefit the environment. It is funded by a $20 million Toyota gift to Audubon, the largest in the conservation group’s long history. 

Kenya currently resides in Lexington, KY and is manager of the Environmental Assistance Branch within the Kentucky Division of Compliance Assistance. The Kentucky Division of Compliance Assistance serves as the inaugural year fiscal partner for the BioFuels for Schools program.