Online Tool Aims to Bring Bounty Harvest in Kenya
Nancy Moss joined Burness in January 2014 as an office assistant and communications coordinator for the Nairobi Office. In addition to her work managing the office, she supports a variety of projects and clients in Nairobi and across the continent—focusing mainly on agriculture, climate change, food security, global health and developmental issues.
She previously worked as a communications assistant at the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI). Prior to joining ILRI, she was head of the English and French department at Butere Girls High School in Kakamega.
Nancy holds a B.A. in education from University of Nairobi, Kenya, where she majored in French and English. She also holds diplomas in education and human resource management, and is pursuing a degree in communications and public relations at Daystar University.
Nancy is fluent in English, French and Swahili and lives in Nairobi with her husband, Oscar, and their four children, one of whom they adopted.