Josephine Koori Njue holds a Masters of Business Administration in Human Resources Management and she has previously served with Moi University, the University of Nairobi, Maseno University, Africa K-Link International, Family in Need, Brilliant Manpower Services Ltd, Dublin Metropolitan University, Foresight Manpower Services, the United Nations (UNIFEM), Frintec (K) Ltd and the Methodist University.
Josephine also holds certificates in performance management, strategic outsourcing, team building, strategic human resource management, and TOT and e-job evaluation. She has been involved in Policy formulation, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of human resources management functions, staff training and development using best practices and proactive labour relations.
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Professor Levi Shadeya Akundabweni, PhD, MSc (Pasture Agronomy), BSc (genetics). Professor Akundabweni is the PPI consultant in genetic resources management, pasture agronomy, drought rehabilitation and management and indigenous crops surveys. The Professor has over 20 years working in arid and semi-arid lands of Africa and the United States of America. He holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree in plant breeding and forage agronomy with research both on leguminous germplasm for forage potential in the wild of America and Ethiopia in Africa. He has also carried out extensive research on pasture management and forage with supporting areas in botany and animal science under semi-arid environment conditions in the mid-west of USA.
Levi has taught and continues to provide teaching and consultancy services at the Welsh Plant Breeding Station, UK, University of Illinois, Urban Champaign USA, University of Missouri, California Institute of Biological Research, Jolla, and the University of Nairobi. He is also a Research Fellow at the International Livestock Centre Africa (ILCA), the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) at Ibadan Nigeria. He has consulted for FAO in Kenya on drought recovery initiatives, in Rome at the International Plant Genetic Resources Institute on strategies for water stress treatments, and agronomic characteristics for drought reaction.
His main areas of expertise include pasture management and forage science, plan breeding, agronomy, drought research management and preparedness, inventorisation and its place biodiversity in natural resources management and utilisation.
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