Juliet Oluoch is a Research Associate at ARIN. With her strong background in Environmental Conservation and Natural Resources Management, she possesses the necessary expertise to tackle complex research challenges.
Juliet has led and contributed to various significant projects at ARIN notably, the Cities Post COVID-19 Recovery project, demonstrating her ability to navigate critical issues faced by urban areas. Additionally, she co-authored the inaugural Kenya Innovation Outlook Report in 2022, showcasing her proficiency in analyzing and presenting data-driven insights.
Juliet’s remarkable research capabilities extend beyond her contributions at ARIN. She collaborates actively with C40 Cities, an international organization dedicated to addressing climate change in urban areas. Her involvement includes co-authoring the C40 Cities Youth Playbook and a blog post in collaboration with the C40 Cities Executive Director. Furthermore, she has participated as a panel speaker in high-level discussions and has contributed to virtual webinars organized by C40 Cities.
Juliet leads and manages the ARIN Fellowship project, coordinating peer learning among over 200 researchers across Africa. Her responsibilities include organizing workshops and facilitating the writing of joint proposals, ensuring impactful research outcomes.
Beyond her work at ARIN, Juliet has been recognized for her negotiation skills. She received training from the African Group of Negotiators and the UNDP, equipping her with the expertise for effective climate governance and diplomacy.
Juliet’s dedication to environmental awareness and advocacy is evident through her affiliation with Ayicc Kenya, where she served as the Deputy National Coordinator. She successfully secured funding opportunities from reputable donor organizations and played a pivotal role in driving policy reforms within the Ministry of Environment.