I am a doctoral fellow in the Institute of Mathematical Sciences of Strathmore
University (SIMS). I have a lot of research interest in Mathematical modelling of infectious diseases with a sole aim of providing a solution towards having a world free of infectious diseases.
My current work is centered on assessing the HIV treatment programmes in Kenya with the main focus of establishing the most viable and optimal ways of controlling and eventual eradication of HIV infections.
I received my Masters of Science in Mathematics from the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa in December 2016. I also hold a Master of Science in Mathematical Sciences from the University of Stellenbosch in collaboration with African Institute of Mathematical Science(AIMS), South Africa December 2015) and a Bachelor of Science in Applied Statistics from University of Eldoret in Kenya (December, 2013).
Prior to pursuing my Masters education, I worked as a customer advisor to Barclays Bank of Kenya from December 2013 to December 2014.