Joyce is Senior Manager at EED Advisory with experience in GHG accounting, natural resource management, climate change, and solid waste management. She was the project manager providing technical support to Siemen’s Stiftung environmental impact study of e-Mobility in rural Kenya to assess the GHG abatement benefits from the adoption of e-two wheeled and three-wheeled transport. She previously managed a consumer study in Kenya that focused on assessing the state of the Quality-Verified (QV) and Non-Quality Verified (NQV) solar product market – prevalence of QV and non-QV products in Kenya, characterizing the market for off-grid appliances, establishing whether the QV products deliver the expected services. Solar Home Systems (SHS) were part of the products whose quality was being verified. She is currently offering Technical Administrative Support in the management of the $US 5 million KawiSafi Technical Assistance Facility (TAF). TAF is an investment vehicle intended to support KawiSafi Fund in meeting investment targets in renewable energy access to under-served markets. She is leading in engaging grantees, developing a 5-year gender action plan to address gender parity in the energy sector ecosystem which has led to the disbursement of $US 120,143.55 in the first year to train 60 women as skilled – solar technicians. Prior to joining EED Advisory, Joyce worked as a consultant at Bioversity International Kenya, the State’s Department of Transport, and as a researcher under the Belgian-funded improved nitrate management program in Lake Victoria Basin. Joyce was a Vlirous scholar and holds a Master of Science (MSc.) in Environmental Sanitation from Ghent University (Belgium). She also holds a Bachelor of Science (BSc.) in Environmental and Biosystems Engineering from the University of Nairobi (Kenya), is a member of the Environmental Institute Kenya and is a NEMA registered associate EIA Expert.