Journal Club Team Member

AJC & RMC Coordinator

Joyce Wangari Ngugi joined Eider Africa in November 2018. She is a Lead Mentor at Eider Africa, with a Certificate in Research Mentorship, where she is involved in the Design Team curating Research Mentorship programs such as Study Smart and Virtual Cocktail. She is a consultant under Research Mentor Africa. She is an author, editor and a journal reviewer. She is also a Journal Club facilitator in the AuthorAID Social Science group. Her niche specializations in Research Mentorship includes Mixed Methodology, Research Ethics, Idea Conceptualization, Literature Synthesis, Language Support, Writing skills, Plagiarism and Professional Editing, Communication, Career Mentorship, Mentor of Mentors Facilitation, and Presentation skills.
She is a Candidate of Doctor of Psychology, PsyD, Clinical Psychology, a practitioner-scholar model, where she is researching Deaf mental health in Kenya. She is a Doctoral Teaching and Research Assistant at the Centre for Cognitive and Developmental Research, where she designs and runs experimental studies on brain memory and language under Dr. Dana Basnight-Brown, Associate Professor at United States International University-Africa (www.danabb.com). The center is affiliated to the Global Network of Collaborative Science labs. Wangari is involved in drafting the Institutional Review Board (IRB) applications, logistical lab preparations, seeking grant funding opportunities, running lab experiments, and co-authoring manuscripts from a variety of research studies. Wangari is also a published Consultant Psychologist with 14 years’ experience in designing and implementing Psychology programs. She is a global award winner of a student first-authored study on the mental health of Deaf adults in Kenya, by the American Psychological Association Convention 2018 in California, USA.

For a full profile and a list of her publications, please view her LinkedIn Profile or website via www.wangari.africa
14+ Years Of Experience