Leah Njambi Wanjama (PhD)
- August 26, 2021
- Posted by: Dream_liner
Leah Wanjama is an educationalist, a gender and advocacy trainer, curriculum developer and a consultant in gender programming and development.
Juliet Magoma Mesa
I am a PhD. student in the school of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure Studies at Kenyatta University, working with the Gendered Impacts of Kenya Government Policy Responses to COVID-19 Pandemic team.
Dr. Teresa Mwoma
Dr. Teresa Mwoma is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Early Childhood and Special Needs Education, Kenyatta University. Dr. Mwoma is seconded to the African Council for Distance Education (ACDE) as Executive Director, coordinating open, distance and e-learning in Africa, for ACDE member institutions.
Dr. Susan M.O Okeri
Currently a senior lecturer at Kenyatta University, school of economics. Research interests: Finance, energy, environmental economics and Gender.Current research: “Gendered impacts of the Kenyan government policy responses to Covid-19 pandemic”
Dr. Esther Munyiri
Dr. Esther Munyiri is the Director, Global Tourism Resilience and Crisis Management (GTRCM) at Kenyatta University. Until her appointment, Dr. Munyiri was the Chairperson, Department of Hospitality and Tourism in Kenyatta University.
Pauline W. Kamau (PhD)
Pauline Wangari Kamau is a researcher, on Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) project at Kenyatta University Women Economic Empowerment Hub – Theme 3: “Violence, Crisis and Women’s Work”- “Impact of Programmes and Initiatives Addressing Sexual and Gender Based Violence as a Constraint to Women’s Economic Empowerment”.
Dr. Jane Wanjira Njuguna
Dr. Jane Wanjira Njuguna has more than 15 years’ experience in development and research work. She holds a PhD in Business administration (University of Nairobi, Kenya) with a focus on social marketing.
The KU-WEE Hub Project aims to ensure that interested parties such as relevant ministries and departments, county governments policy leaders (legislators and policy makers) implementing agencies and donors utilize policy evidence to shape policies, programs, interventions, and advocacy efforts related to supporting women’s economic empowerment (WEE) in Kenya.