PRI-Kenya Education Programme Coordinator
Terry has a degree Marine Science and Fisheries from Pwani University. PRI Kenya first met Terry in 2016 during her involvement, (which she is still part of), with the Friends From Ireland (FFI) and The Galana Wildlife Conservancy, where she along other fellows were chosen from Pwani University to be part of their conservation project in Galana.
Terry developed an interest in permaculture after hearing about it at the conservancy and was offered a partial scholarship by PRI Kenya Chair – Gai Cullen, to take her PDC in Kilifi. Upon completing her PDC in 2016, her experience has broadened greatly, incorporating sustainability in all aspects of her life and using her original background in Marine Science and Fisheries to connect the dots. She has also competed an intro to water management certification course with PRI Kenya in 2017.
Terry has completed a one month internship at PRI-Kenya in 2018, under education and is now coordinating PRI Kenya’s Education Programme. She is also still actively volunteering her time with the FFI twice a year and assists Kulalu Camp’s permaculture garden development, which is located in the Galana Wildlife Conservancy.