Eileen Omosa, PhD
Dr. Eileen Omosa is a Development Sociologist consulting internationally on land tenure and rights, gender and food security, Newcomer attachment to place, and development of learning resources for capacity building. Eileen holds a PhD in Rural and Environmental Sociology from the University of Alberta, Canada. A Master of Arts in Development Studies, a Post-Graduate Diploma in Mass Communication, and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Anthropology from the University of Nairobi, Kenya. Eileen has extensive knowledge and skills gained from 15 plus years of career endeavours in Africa and Canada.
- Navigation of the development arena in Kenya, Canada, Africa and internationally.
- Design and implementation of research projects, analysis, and transfer of knowledge.
- Capacity building on the management of natural-resources based conflicts.
- Stakeholder analysis and engagement for the implementation of collaborative projects.
- Initiation and coordination of multilevel stakeholder networks for projects and relation building.
- Ability to work well independently and within multidisciplinary teams.
- Proficient in languages.
For details: Contact me via my website contact page or LinkedIn