Virginia Wanjiku Njuguna hails from Nyandarua County, Central Kenya. She holds Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture and Master of Science in Agronomy (Waiting to Graduate) from Egerton University. Her career objective is to attain professional fulfillment, as an excellent and highly competent person through maximum utilization of her exceptional skills and knowledge in provision of highly improved service in dynamic and versatile organization thus contributing positively to national development. She likes it when challenged since this helps her to learn new things.
Since September 2016, Virginia has been the administrator for “Transforming African Agricultural Universities to meaningfully contribute to Africa’s Growth and Development” (TAGDev) Program at Egerton University. She provides support in but not limited to selection and recruitment of students, implementation of a comprehensive set of student support services and capacity building activities. Virginia is also responsible for proper documentation and archiving of program activities and documents, monitoring of the academic progress and welfare of all beneficiary students and determination of information needs of project management. She is inspired by the TAGDev program focus in achieving rural agricultural transformation through increased application of science, technology, business and innovation.