Dr. Alice Murage

Alice Warukira Murage has a Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics: Over 10 years of Agricultural Economics research and development experience in Africa, Extensive experience in designing and implementation of quantitative and qualitative social science and gender research using participatory methods and approaches, Experience in Project management on technology upscaling, Skilled in monitoring and evaluation, and impact assessment of research and development projects, Conducting Project Implementation Completion and Results Report (ICR) for two World Bank-funded projects (Eastern Africa Agricultural Productivity Project (EAAPP) and Kenya Agricultural Productivity and Agribusiness Project (KAPAP). Strong skills in data management, qualitative and quantitative data analysis using relevant economic models, competent in using SPSS and STATA packages.
Experience in translating data into quality research outputs and communicating this through high quality is written outputs and presentations, documenting achievements and lessons learned, targeting national, regional and international audiences. A strong team player who is able to motivate colleagues and partners, Strong cross-cultural and cross-disciplinary awareness and able to accommodate diverse working styles. I have been able to influence partners, stakeholders and coordinated teams in a cross-cultural and multi-disciplinary environment.
Leadership and coordination skills: I am highly organized and able to handle a demanding workload, including travel and am able to achieve results on tight deadlines
Skills in scientific writing and publications: have an interest in articulating scientific concepts effectively to technical experts and non-experts
Advising and mentoring graduate and post graduate students
Experienced in Project management; I have effectively managed projects funded by World Bank, European Union and DFID