Professor Goski Alabi is an accomplished academic, practitioner and entrepreneur with experience in academia, consultancy, and regulations. She is a Professor of Quality Management and Leadership and holds B.Sc. in Chemistry and a Diploma in Education from the University of Cape Coast, an M. Phil. in Food Science from the University of Ghana, Legon, a Doctor of Business Administration from the Swiss Management Centre, and a Ph.D. Read More
in Business Administration from Central University of Nicaragua. Prof. Goski is currently the Dean of the Centre for International Education and Collaboration at the University for Professional Studies, Accra and served as the Founding Dean of the School of Graduate Studies at the University. As the Founding Dean she grew the School from zero to 1000 students in six short years. She is a Quality Management professional of the highest order. She is a Chartered Quality Professional (CQP) from the Chartered Quality Institute, UK. She has consulted widely, and has published over 70 scholarly journal articles, books conference and technical papers. Prof. Goski Alabi proposed and facilitated the establishment of the Otumfuo Centre for Traditional Leadership and the Drolor Centre for Strategic Leadership, two leadership centres of excellence in Ghana. Prof. Goski is passionate about open supported teaching and learning and is the co-founder of Laweh Open University College.
Prof. Isaac Kimengi – Treasurer
Prof. Isaac Njuguna Kimengi is a professor of Moi University and the Deputy Vice Chancellor in charge of (Academics, Research and Extension). Prior to his appointment Prof. Kimengi has served the University in various capacities: Head of Department Educational Foundations, Dean, School of Education, Director Academic Programmes Odera Akang’o Campus, Acting Principal at Odera Akango Campus College and the Coordinator, Mama Ngina University College. Read More
Prof. Kimengi has served as a member of the Board of Directors of Jomo Kenyatta Foundation, and current serving member of the Moi University Secondary school Management Board. He is a Professor of Sociology of Education. He received secondary education at Kapsabet Boys High School (“O” level) and Mangu High School (“A”) level. He Studied Bachelor of Education (Science) at the University of Nairobi and graduated with First Class Honours in 1980. In 1985 he was awarded a M.A in Educational Foundations (Sociology of Education) at University of Nairobi. In 1992 he was awarded Doctor of Philosophy in Education at Kenyatta University.
Prof. Chika Trevor Sehoole
Prof Chika Trevor Sehoole is the Dean of the Faculty of Education at the University of Pretoria. He holds a PhD in higher education from the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg which he obtained in 2002. In 2003/04 he was the recipient of a Rockefeller funded post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign and in 2005/06 a Fulbright New Century Scholar fellowship. He has been a rated National Research Foundation Researcher since 2007. Read More
He has developed a special passion for higher education in Africa. This interest is pursued through his work in the African Network for International Education (ANIE) which he served as chairperson of its from 2012-2016. The highlight of his publications are two books titled “Democratising higher education, constraints of reforms in post-apartheid South Africa (2005), Routledge and “Internationalisation of African Higher Education, Towards Achieving the MDGs” which as co-edited with Jane Knight (2013), Sense.
Amy is Living and working in the MENA region for more than 30 years, she has been in higher education administration for the most part. She has a MA in Admin-istration & Curriculum from Gonzaga University of the USA. Since 1996, she has been at Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane,Morocco running the Office of International Programs that has become the central facilitator of the institutionalization of internationalization. Read More
She works to put international education theory into practice to fit the uni-versity’s mission and advances its strategic planning. She is active in professional associations for international ed-ucation and enjoys mentoring and sharing resources.
Dr. James Otieno Jowi
Dr. James Otieno Jowi is the Principal Education Officer at the East African Community (EAC) Secretariat (composed of Burundi, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, South Sudan and Tanzania) where he develops and coordinates regional education programs (www.eachq.org). He is the founding Executive Director of the African Network for Internationalization of Education –ANIE- (www.anienetwork.org) a pan-African organization focused on internationalization of higher education in Africa. Read More
He holds a PhD from the Centre for Higher Education Policy Studies (CHEPS), University of Twente, Netherlands; a Masters in Comparative & International Education, University of Oslo, Norway; a Master of Linguistics & Bachelor of Education from Moi University, Kenya. Before joining the EAC, he was a Senior Lecturer at the School of Education, Moi University, Kenya where he taught Comparative and International Education. His research and publications focus on internationalization, governance and leadership in higher education with a focus on Africa. He sits in several international boards including the African Network for Internationalization of Education (ANIE), the Inter-University Council for East Africa, Austrian Partnership Programme in Higher Education & Research for Development (APPEAR), Norwegian Partnership Programme for Global Academic Cooperation (NORPART), Association of Studies in International Education (ASIE), the technical committee of AUs Committee of Ten Heads of States on Science & Technology and the IAU Expert Committee on Internationalization. He has published extensively on internationalization in Africa and undertaken several studies and consultancies on higher education in Africa.
Dr. Jane Knight
Dr. Jane Knight of the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto and Distinguished Visiting Professor at the University of Johannesburg, focuses her research on the international dimension of higher education at the institutional, national, regional and international levels. Her work in over 70 countries with universities, governments, and UN Agencies helps to bring a comparative, development and international perspective to her research, teaching and policy work. Read More
She is the author of numerous publications and is the co-founder of the African Network for the Internationalization of Education and sits on the advisory boards of several international organizations, universities, and journals. She is the recipient of many international awards including the Outstanding Researcher Award from the European Association for Institutional Research and the Gilbert Medal from Universitas 21and two honorary doctorates for her contribution to higher education internationalization.
Prof Rosemond Boohene is the Dean of the Centre for International Education and an associate professor of enterprise development at the Centre for Entrepreneurship and Small Enterprise Development, University of Cape Coast. She has 21 years experience in enterprise development and higher education management and has managed projects for the European Union (EU), the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and the United Nations Environmental programme (UNEP). Read More
Prof. Boohene has facilitated various workshops for the Association of African Universities which has over 400 members on entrepreneurial universities, industry –academia engagement and resource mobilization in higher education. She holds a Diploma in Small and Medium Sized Enterprises Development from Galilee College Israel, a Bachelor of Commerce and Diploma in Education from the University of Cape Coast, Ghana, Master of Commerce and Postgraduate Diploma in Commerce (Accounting) from the University of Otago New Zealand and PhD from the University of New England, Armidale, Australia.
Dr. Christoff Pauw (member) is a a Manager of International Academic Networks at Stellenbosch University and also a TRECC Africa Coordinator. He Support Fellows Programme at STIAS, in particular developing STIAS as a resource for African scholars throughout the continent and beyond through networking and engagement. Position within the Postgraduate and International Office. Support and coordinate academic collaboration and cooperation with partner institutions and networks. Read More
He is a PhD holder in Systematic Theology from VU University Amsterdam and MA, Philosophy from Stellenbosch University.
Dr. Charles Ochieng’ Ong’ondo
Dr. Charles Ochieng’ Ong’ondo is the Ag. Executive Director of ANIE. He oversees the operations of ANIE Secretariat & implementation of ANIE activities & programs. He is a Commonwealth Academic Fellow and a holder of a PhD Degree in Language Teacher Education from The University of Leeds in the United Kingdom (UK), an M.Phil Degree in English Language Education from Moi University and a B.Ed. Degree in English and Literature from Moi University. Read More
Currently, he is a Senior Lecturer of Educational Communication and the Head of the Department of Communication Studies in the School of Human Resource Development, at Moi University – Kenya. He has served as an external examiner in universities in East Africa. He is also a seasoned facilitator and adjudicator in the Kenya National Schools and Colleges Drama Festival (KNDF) and the Kenya Music Foundation (KMF). In terms of professional affiliation, Dr. Ong’ondo is a member of the African Network for Internalisation of Education (ANIE), International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language (IATEFL), the Association of English Language Educators and Researchers in Kenya (ASELER) and Kenya Association of Educational Administration and Management (KAEAM). He has published widely in Language Teacher Education and Research Methodology. Prior to joining the university as a lecturer, he had more than ten years’ experience as a teacher and Principal in Kenyan Schools.