27 Apr 2022
Assessing Resilience to Organized Crime at the Community Level
Resilience Fund, ESA-Obs
Emily Kimani is a Researcher with over ten years’ experience in various fields including environmental, Public health, Agronomy and recently in organized crimes. She is a Lead Researcher with Arts 4 rights which recently published report on ‘Unmasking the Confirm Gang’ and Unganisha Cultures, on the fact-finding report on ‘Sandalwood trafficking in East Africa’
She is PhD student of Environmental and Occupation Health at Egerton University and holds a Masters’ degree in public health; Disaster management and Humanitarian Relief and a degree in Bsc Basic Sciences, a major in Botany and Zoology from Maseno University.
Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Commonwealth Studies
Lecturer (War Studies), King’s College London
Senior Analyst, Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime
Project Assistant, Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime
Visiting Lecturer, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies
Independent Researcher, Sahel and West Africa
Research Associate, French Institute of International Affairs
Founder and CEO, Centre for Global Advancement.
Senior Associate, International Security Division of the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP)
Founding Director, Kennis: Knowledge for Safety and Good Governance