Jane W. Chungi is undertaking her Ph.D. studies at Kenyatta University. She hails from the education background, having graduated from Kenyatta University with a Bed degree. She then furthered her studies at Hekima College where she graduated with a Masterâ€™s degree in Peace Conflict and International Relations – October 2011. She taught both the local and international systems of education for close to twenty years. She majored in English and Christian education and served in capacity of Head of Department in both subjects.Â Her latest station of service was in Rusinga School where she taught for seven years, both as a teacher as well as guidance and counselling in-charge. After obtaining post-graduate studies, she started lecturing as an adjunct faculty at various universities including Riara, Nazarene, Mt. Kenya and St Paul University.
Prior to this Jane worked with an International organization-The Navigators, Kenyan chapter. The Navigators tasked her with Developing, planning and organizing a leadership mentoring program for young women mentees at Kenyatta University. At Riara University, Jane coordinates internship besides handling student affairs issues such as guiding and counselling, as well as mentorship.
The Feminine theory of Peace-building and Conflict Transformation. Published in Hekima Review Journal, May 2011, No 44.
Fragile States and their Effects on the Security, Integration and Economy of Neighboring States: The case of Somali Refugees in Nairobi, Kenya.
Woman the Balancing Peace Agent: Case of Abigail, Miriam and the Samaritan woman. Paper presented at a seminar organised by Circle of concerned women theologians 2011 in Nairobi.