About Us

The Founders

Calvin John Henry Winbush 

Linet Ndanyi-Winbush

OUr story

LiBush International  Connection, an African imports store opened its doors in the fall of 2011. Located on K Street in Old Sacramento California, the store thrived on selling African imports. Calvin J Winbush and his wife Linet Ndanyi-Winbush, a native to Kenya Africa, sent a portion of the stores proceeds directly to Kenya, a commitment that provided three solid meals a day to 150 orphans. It was a commendable feat by most standards, except they felt the need to do more to help those in the poorest and most densely populated counties in Kenya. Tapping into his creativity, Calvin along with his wife, formed Libush International Outreach, a non-profit organization and Ondafa Foundation, a non profit in Kenya Africa. He also established partnerships with specific American agricultural research institutes. Further advancing his research to the cause, he held the first ever LiBush International fashion show on the Delta King in May 2016 to raise funds. In spite of his waning health, Calvin made his final trip to Kenya Africa during the month of September in 2017 where he met with representatives from Alcorn University. Soil samples were collected and later analyzed by Woodland High School Agriculture Department. Calvin began drafting the blueprints for the future headquarters of LiBush International Outreach in Kenya Africa on  his return trip to Sacramento, just a few months shy before the  Lord took him home, leaving LiBush International Outreach , L.I.O.N. in the capable hands of his wife Linet Ndanyi-Winbush.

Board Members

executive director


Linet Ndanyi-Winbush

Native to Nairobi Kenya, Linet Ndanyi-Winbush moved to the United States at the age of 24. She currently resides in Roseville, California. 

She is a Graduate of University of Phoenix and holds a Master of Science degree in Counseling / Marriage, Family and Child Therapy, Bachelor of Science in Psychology, and an Associate of Arts with concentration in Human Service.

Linet is the Owner of LiBush International Connections Inc., an African imports store in Old Sacramento, the current Executive Director and Co-founder of LiBush International Outreach Non-Profit Organization and is a part of Sacramento’s Waterfront Image Makers Committee, she’s also the Co-founder of Jordan’s Hope Kenya, A feeding program that provided lunch to 150 orphans and vulnerable children in the Vihiga district.

Linet is a former clinician at River Oak Center for Children. Her responsibilities included assessments, development of treatment plans, individual, family, and or group therapy. As an MFT Trainee, Linet provided individual child and adult counselling and facilitated social skills groups, positive peer interaction groups, and art therapy groups for Sierra Special Needs School in Sacramento, CA. Linet is a former counselor of Capital Christian Counseling Center where she provided individual adult, child, and couples counselling and facilitated grief group counselling.

Linet is passionate about empowering underserved Communities and giving voice to those that have none.

Assistant director of finance


David Scurfield  

President of The Scurfield Company

Actively involved in the ownership and management of several properties in Old Sacramento. David is also very active, as a current board member and past President of the Old Sacramento Management Board, in the management, preservation, and revitalization of the Old Sacramento District. David is directly involved in all facets of the Scurfield Company operations including asset and property management, investment analysis, leasing, development, and financial reporting. David possesses a strong financial background from previous experience as a manager with the public accounting firm of Ernst & Young. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Accounting with a minor in Finance. David is a Certified Public Accountant (currently inactive status), a licensed real estate broker, member of the Commercial Investment Real Estate Institute, and a Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM). David is currently a member of the Old Sacramento Advisory Committee and the Sacramento Trust for Historic Preservation and is a past chair of the Board of Directors of the Old Sacramento Business Association, past Board Chair of the Convention and Visitors Bureau, and past board member of the Sacramento Downtown Partnership, Sutter Hospital Foundation, and Discovery Museum. 


Excutive Assistant


Meg Taylor

Meg Taylor is a Sacramento-native and a recent graduate of CSU Sacramento’s Master of Social Work program. She attended George Washington University for her Bachelors in Psychology, and studied Wildlife Management abroad in Northern Tanzania to pursue her interests in human-wildlife conflict and community-led conservation. Meg is passionate about social justice, human and environmental sustainability, and building transdisciplinary alliances to preserve our environment & communities. 

Advisory Committee


Advisory Commitee

Eric Dyer

Agriculture Teacher and FFA Advisor at Woodland Unified School District

Ronald Walters

Environmental Engineering Consultant

Charles Ndanyi

Chairman ONDAFA Foundation Vihiga, Kenya

Dr. Keith Mcgee

Associate Professor of Biology

Thomas Ndanyi

Information Technology Consultant

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