- September 2, 2021
- Posted by: Dream_liner
Primary Outcome: Representation of women in management and leadership positions increased by 30% within the public sectors by 2025.
Dr. Isabella M. Musyoka-Kamere is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Educational Foundations. She holds a PhD in Education, and a Master of Education from Kenyatta University, and a Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Nairobi. She has completed other courses in Women in Leadership and Community Health Development from COADY Institute, St, Francis Xavier University, Nova Scotia, Canada as well as a Certificate in Corporate Governance, Mombasa, Kenya. She is a Fulbright scholar, Institute for Training and Development, (ITD) Amherst, University of Massachusetts, USA.
Dr. Kamere is a former Chairperson, Department of Educational Foundations, Kenyatta university and has co-authored two University textbooks and published in several journals and book chapters. She is an editor and peer reviewer in both local and international journals. She has participated in several sponsored research projects including by UNICEF, World Diabetes Fund and currently Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and is the external examiner for Departments of Educational Foundations, University of Nairobi, and Karatina University. Dr. Kamere is passionate about philanthropy and community outreach and has been involved in several philanthropic activities including Rotary International, and as the President of the Rotary Club of Karura. In addition, she currently serves as the Country Chair for Education, Rotary District 9212, and serves in various boards of academic institutions, including the proposed Kiambu University if Technology and Innovation, KUTI, Starehe Boys’ Center and School, and Matinyani Secondary school, Kitui, where she is the Chairperson.