For over 15 years, Dr. Lydiah Kemunto Bosire has worked with the UN, the World Bank, NGOs, and academia on a diverse range of political, human rights, and development issues. She has worked at the UN’s Department of Political Affairs and at the World Bank’s Fragility, Conflict and Violence Group on UN-World Bank collaboration in conflict-affected states; at the Executive Office of the UN Secretary-General, the World Health Organization and the UN Population Fund on global health policy and advocacy; co-founded Oxford Transitional Justice Research; and been a member of the founding Board of Directors of Keep and Child Alive. She currently sits on the Advisory Council of the UWC Atlantic College.
Dr. Bosire completed a Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Oxford. She also holds a Master of Science from Oxford, where she attended as a Clarendon Scholar. She also completed an undergraduate degree in Government and a Master of Public Administration at Cornell University.