Eileen Omosa, PhD
I am an Environmental Sociologist proficient in the thematic areas of land tenure and rights, qualitative research, stakeholder engagement, and food security. I started my career in the environment and development sector in the 1990s and have since acquired immense skills through work endeavours within research, academic and non-profit sectors in Canada and countries of Africa. Over the years, I have advanced my expertise in the following specialties:
Navigation of the development arena in Africa, Canada, 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, engagement, and impact analysis.
Initiation and coordination of multi-level networks for projects and relation-building.
Ability to work well independently and within multi-disciplinary teams.
Proficient in four languages.
I have demonstrated my expertise through work endeavours in the development sector, which have resulted in more resilient communities leading sustainable livelihoods.