Samuel joined the FAIRR Initiative in September 2021. He works within the Research & Engagements team, focusing on Aquaculture and Biodiversity.
He holds a BA in Politics and International Relations from Queen Mary University of London and has recently completed a master’s degree in Environmental Technology from Imperial College London, combining his passion for policy, economics, and sustainable food systems. While at Imperial College, he assessed the impacts of digital innovation on Kenya’s informal food systems and co-developed a framework for fair and sustainable global food supply chains. Prior to joining the FAIRR Initiative, he undertook internships in the policy, advertising, and media industries.