An experienced counseling psychologist, organizational development practitioner, mentor and university lecturer. Key competencies include psychological counseling, organizational strengthening, leadership development, strategic thinking, curriculum development and training, and positive youth development.

Lucy has worked as a practicing psychologist for 17 years and her areas of specialty include trauma counseling, health psychology, youth counseling, personal development and imagery work. She is also a trainer in both counseling and organizational development, having been involved in the USIU/FKE diploma training program for HR managers for 3 years. Lucy’s career diversified into the health and human rights sector where she worked in various projects, including HIV, MNCH and the right to health. 

Currently, she serves as Founder of Olive International, a youth organization she founded in 2012 and was registered by the NGO Board in May 2013. The organization focuses on developing leadership, mentoring and counseling skills among young people in Kenya and the region. She also lectures at the United States International University (Africa) as adjunct faculty in the department of Psychology (since Fall 2011).

Her hobbies include reading, writing, journaling and mentoring the youth.