Dr. Everlyne Kisembe
Coordinator, Social Safeguards
Lynn Kisembe is a steadfast C-suite administrator and operating officer within the education sector, as well as an accomplished Linguist. Her 16+ years of teaching and carrying out Linguistic related research, and her operations and administrative experiences of 12 years experience has brought about impactful changes, and has moved the universities up the notches in its reputation and branding. Lynn has served in three senior university administrative positions, namely Vice President- Academic Affairs, Vice President-Student Affairs and Registrar. Lynn has previously served on the following boards:
- Chair: University Disciplinary Committee, ANUC
- Secretary: Academic Board (senate), ANUC
- Secretary: Board of governors (university council), ANUC
- Member: University Management Committee
- Chair: University Admissions Board
- Member: Program Accreditation Committee
- Chair: University Graduation Committee
- Member: Welfare Committee
- Member: Board of Trustee (Provident Fund)
- Member: Institutional Affiliation Committee
- Graduate student representative: Memorial University of Newfoundland.
- Member: Career and Student Work Plan Policy- Moi University
- Member: The Implementation Committee of the Student Career Services Office, Moi University
- Post Graduate Committee, Moi University.
- Member: Graduate curriculum review committee, Moi University
- Member: Moi University Rebranding Team, Moi University
- National Society of Black Engineers Academic Excellence award, USA
- Scotia Bank award of recognition of Excellence in International Study, Canada
- International Institute of Education award, Vienna, Austria
- Association of African Universities research award, Ghana
- American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS)- African Humanities Program (AHP) award for research
- National Research Fund award, Kenya
- Research supervisor of the Framing Identity in Human Agency Mobility (FIHAM), funded by the Africa Multiple Cluster of Excellence, Bayreuth, Germany.
- Researcher/Data analyst on the African Identities, Moralities and Wellbeing (AIM WELL), funded by the Africa Multiple Cluster of Excellence, Bayreuth, Germany.
- Social safeguards coordinator at the ACE II-PTRE, a world bank project at Moi University.
- Board of Management -Team member, Creating Postgraduate Collaborations (CPC) project, funded by the European Commission; Erasmus+ Capacity Building in the field of Higher Education.