Primary Outcome: Increased exposure of transferable skills to 20% girls and women and transited to work by 2025.

Dr. Bula is a researcher with KU-WEE in Transferable skills and school to work transition. She has over 20 years’ experience in teaching. Her PhD is in Business Administration and Management [DeKUT] focusing on Entrepreneurship. Her research passion is in Entrepreneurship and Human Resource Management. Hannah is also passionate about building capacity in Human Capital Development, Managing Succession Planning, Business Incubation, Business Development and Entrepreneurial skills using the balanced Scorecard and quality management. Hannah has consulted for different organizations such as County governments, universities, SITE, OXFAM, NOPE in women’s work and World Bank in collaboration with KU/ NITA/ MIYA in training Youths in six counties. Her special focus has been on Women Entrepreneurship, Women and youth Empowerment. Hannah is a Full member of Institute of Human Resource Management (IHRM) and an Associate Member of the Kenya Institute of Management (KIM). She has authored books in Women Entrepreneurship a demographic analysis by Lambert and Innovation capability and inclusion of women living in the informal settlement of Nairobi Kenya by ESDA book, Entrepreneurship; what women entrepreneurs and any small scale trader need in order to succeed as well as Human Resource management: a global perspective. She’s also an author of two online modules in Entrepreneurship and Technology innovation used by the African Virtual University and has also published in high impact peer reviewed journals on Women Issues such as Entrepreneurship Scorecard and Performance of Women Small Scale traders (SSEs), Balanced Scorecard and Performance of Women, Women Entrepreneurship Demographic Characteristics and Performance of SSEs and Women’s Marital Status and Performance of (SSEs) in Kenya among others. Bula sits in various editorial boards in Kenya and internationally as a blind peer reviewer of journal articles.


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