School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Faculty elected as an Executive Board member and Director of the Commonwealth Chemistry
By Naumih Noah
Naumih Noah, an Associate Professor of Analytical/Bioanalytical Chemistry in the School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences has been elected as an Executive Board Member and Director of the Commonwealth Chemistry.
The Commonwealth Chemistry is a federation of Commonwealth Chemical Sciences Societies whose mission is to champion equal opportunity for all, drive innovation and promote excellence in the chemical sciences for the benefit of the Commonwealth nations and their people (https://commonwealthchemistry.org/about-us/).
Professor Noah will be among twelve (12) executive board members from different countries who were announced during the Annual General Meeting of the Commonwealth Chemistry which was held virtually on May 19, 2022. She will be representing Kenya through the Kenya Chemical Society (KCS) where she serves as the Organizing Secretary for the Nairobi Chapter.
Her vision for the Commonwealth Chemistry is that it will create excellent opportunities for partnerships and collaborations in science research supporting the Sustainable Development Goals as well as supporting equality and diversity in the chemical sciences across the Commonwealth countries which will go a long way in supporting USIU-Africa’s research strategic goals.