Specialization: Tourism Management
Ph.D. Candidate, Moi University, Tourism Management (Ongoing)
MA University of Nairobi, (2008 -2010)
BSC Tourism Management, Moi University, (1994-1998)
Conferences and Workshops
Maasai Mara University 2nd International conference, Narok- Presented a paper entitled: “The effect of massification of higher education on tourism education, awaiting publication.
The ATLAS Africa 2017 conference, Eldoret –Attended- Conference theme: Africa’s Tourism and Travel Competitiveness: Opportunities and Challenges.
SUS-Tour Project funded by the European Commission 2016- Trained as a trainer of trainers in Community Based Tourism business Innovation through to build the capacity of communities carrying out projects in tourism.
Specialization: Wildlife Management
2010-2013: Masters of Science in Wildlife Management. University of Eldoret
2006- 2009: Bachelor of Science in Wildlife Management. Moi University
2013: Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI). National Conference on sustainable Land Management. Sustainable land Management in dry lands of Kenya: towards increasing Land Productivity. 26th-28th November, 2013 Great Rift Lodge, Naivasha. Paper to be presented: “Bee keeping in the Agro-pastoral Maasai community of Transmara District, Kenya: N. Sitati, E. Wakoli, S. Tangus and S. Bett”
2013: Multi sensor Remote Sensing Technology for Sustainable Disaster Management and 34th Asian conference on remote sensing- Bridging Sustainable Asia-Discovery Kartika Plaza Hotel, Kuta Bali, 20-24th October 2013. Paper presented: Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Elephant Mortality in Narok County, Kenya by E. Wakoli, H. Ipara, N. Sitati and P. Odwori.
2012: Karatina University College, A constituent of Moi University, International conference on Natural resource, Conflict and Peace 24th-28th July, 2012. Presented a paper on “The role of sports in mitigating human-elephant conflict, E. Wakoli, H. Ipara and N. Sitati”
2009: East Africa Environment Network, 19th Annual Conference, Energy, Gender and the Environment. 22nd - 23rd May 2009, AMREF International Training Centre, Nairobi, Kenya. Papers presented: Climate Change May Complicate Human-Elephant Conflict Mitigation in the Mara Ecosystem: N.W. Sitati, D. Syallow and E. Wakoli