Linda has previously worked with the UN Environment at the Regional Office for Africa as an intern, assisting in desk research on environment related issues. She has conducted various field research exercises exploring developmental issues. Linda also has more than 2 years’ experience working as a high school teacher, teaching Geography and French.
She holds a Master’s Degree in Development Studies from the Institute for Development Studies, University of Nairobi and wrote her dissertation on Access to Forest Products and Support for Conservation: A Case of Malava Forest. She also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Education (arts) from Kenyatta University.
She is passionate about development; seeing improvement in the surroundings where humanity lives and conduct business, and also improvement in the delivery of essential services.
She is a Christian, loves an adventure in the wild and enjoys photography. She is currently volunteering at her church as a technical staff in the media department.