|Designation||Geospatial Data Scientist
Frankline is a professional meteorologist with enthusiasm for data science and machine learning. His skills include computer programming, database development, web development, machine learning, spatial analysis, remote sensing, weather forecasting, and numerical weather prediction.
He possesses Master of Science (Geospatial Information Systems and Remote Sensing)-Dedan Kimathi University of Technology, Postgraduate Diploma (Meteorology)-University of Nairobi, and Bachelor of Science (Mathematics and Statistics) -Kenyatta University.
Prior to joining RCMRD, Frankline was a Senior Meteorologist at Kenya Meteorological Department focusing mainly on satellite meteorology, weather forecasting, aviation severe weather warnings and advisories, and as a part-time lecturer at Technical University of Kenya.
He is a registered member of the Environment Institute of Kenya and the Kenya Meteorological Society. In addition, he is a registered and licensed environmental impact assessment lead expert, National Environmental Management Authority.
His research interests touch on crop and hydrological modeling, climate change, early warning systems, and radar remote sensing.
Currently, Frankline works as a Geospatial Data Scientist at RCMRD under SERVIR Eastern and Southern Africa projects.