Research Interests

My research interests are in the building of savings and credit using technology in developing and developed markets, the role of governments, NGOs and microfinance institution as entrepreneurial training centers and capital seed providers and the effects of intra-household bargaining power on the gender wealth gap.

Prior to my PhD, I taught Microeconomics, Macroeconomics and Statistics as a Fordham University graduate. Before that I was a lecturer at Strathmore University teaching Finance at the School of Finance and Applied Economics. I received an M.A – International Political Economy Development (IPED) degree from Fordham University in 2011, an M.B.A (Finance) degree from the United States International University in 2007, and I am a Certified Public Accountant (Kenya).