Joyce coordinates and oversees quantitative and qualitative data collection, data analysis, and partner engagement for research projects across sub-Saharan Africa. She has six years of experience in sanitation and water research. She also supports Aquaya’s implementing partners as they apply evidence-based findings into their programming. Joyce currently manages research on pro-poor targeted sanitation interventions, sanitation economics, and safe water management in Ghana. Joyce joined Aquaya in 2014 as an AquayaLEARN Fellow in Nairobi, Kenya.
Previously, Joyce was a research fellow with the School for Field Studies, Boston University, where she studied the health impact of the Kenyan Community Health Strategy. She has also worked as a researcher under Funzo Kenya, a USAID-funded program.
Joyce holds an MPH degree and a BSc degree in Microbiology from Moi University in Eldoret, Kenya.