Beryl Oranga is an Urban Development Intern for the WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities. Her role involves reviewing projects and identifying ways to incorporate monitoring and evaluation models to assess impact. She is also contributing to the research, design, and development of other publications and tools relevant for more sustainable urban development. Prior to joining WRI, Beryl was involved in designing and managing various construction projects in Nairobi, Kenya. She has also conducted research on local urban slum areas with a focus on planning and sanitation.
Beryl is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Sustainable Development (International Policy and Management) with a focus on monitoring and evaluation. She also holds a Master's from the University of Nairobi (Project Planning and Management) and a Bachelors from Egerton University (Clothing, Textile and Interior Design) in Kenya.
Beryl lives in Northwest D.C and enjoys dancing to Zumba music.
East Africa doesn’t make a lot of headlines for its sustainable transport achievements. That’s changing, as its cities are starting to pioneer innovative new projects to bring urban Africa into the spotlight for sustainable development. The challenges in the region ...