Dr. Angela Ndunge
Deputy Executive Dean Strathmore University Business School
Lecturer in Organisational Behavior and Leadership
Angela Ndunge is the Ag. Executive Education (East Africa) as well a full-time Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour and Leadership at Strathmore Business School (SBS).
She holds an Msc in Work and Organisational Psychology and a Doctor of Philosophy in Applied Psychology from the University of Nottingham (UK).
She is also a chartered member of the British Psychological Society.
Areas of Specialization
Dr. Ndunge’s areas of specialisation are:
- leadership development,
- managing people and social influence at work,
- occupational health and safety,
- training in organisations,
- workplace assessment and testing,
- workplace counselling,
- career development and
- work-related mental health.
She is an experienced trainer and has facilitated numerous leadership programs for executives across Africa.
She has also been involved in design and implementation of numerous customized programs for several companies such Absa Bank, Safaricom, Simbacorp, KCB Bank, Kenya Revenue Authority, Strathmore University, SANLAM, Nation Media Group, Isuzu Kenya among others.
Additionally, she is an experienced mental health practitioner.
Her research interest is mainly in the area of organisational psychology.
She currently the Principal Investigator for a grant worth $3,200,000 awarded by Conrad Hilton Foundation to support religious social ministries run by Catholic sisters into sustainable social enterprises in Zambia, Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania for a period of 3 years (2022-2024).
Additionally, she is also the Principal Investigator for research a grant worth $989,439.00 granted by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
The aim of the research is to advance women’s leadership in the Kenyan health sector through organizational and systems change efforts.
Dr. Ndunge has held several leadership roles in the business school. She served as the Director Faculty Affairs, Vice Dean Executive Talent Development and Ag. Executive Dean.
As Deputy Executive Dean at Strathmore Business School where she was in charge of driving the Executive Education Strategy and expansion of SBS in East and Southern Africa.
In addition to her administrative roles, she is also the academic director of the Senior Managers Leadership Programme (SMLP), as well as the Course leader of the Advance Management Programme (AMP).