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“I joined Kemu in 2008 as a part time lecturer in 2008 and full time in 2010. I served as Maua Campus coordinator from 2010 to 2012 and Meru town Campus from 2012 to 2015 and as Chief Marketing Officer 2015 to 2018. 2018 To date as a lecturer and Postgraduate coordinator from 2018 to date. Taking care of the postgraduate as been exciting, seeing students starting and graduating as well as encouraging them to continue furthering education in Kemu. I teach all area in marketing, strategy, policy, research and common units from undergraduate to PhD level” – Dr. Nancy Rintari


Dr. Nancy Rintari is a senior lecturer at the department of Business Administration with main interests in areas of Marketing, strategic management, general administration, research and strategic planning. I have passion in guiding, the young university students in career development and starting small businesses to become self reliant.

Dr. Nancy Rintari has served and is still serving in various Secondary schools as a Board member. In Addition, serving as deputy President of lions club where we serves community members with various needs. Further, I am educating children from poor families as well as supporting three students in KeMU with monthly up keep. Additionally, I am the vice chair person of Bless To Bless in KeMU where we raise funds for needy students in the university.

Additionally,  lead the lions club in cleaning the environment, planting trees, screening for diabetes, cancer within the community


  • PhD. Business Administration (Marketing) (2015) Dedan Kimathi University (DeKUT)
  • Masters of Business Administration (Marketing and Strategic Management options (2008) Kenya Methodist University, KeMU
  • Bachelor of Business Administration (Marketing Option) – (2005) Kenya Methodist University, KeMU


  • Rintari, N. G. (2017), University graduates’ employability skills preparedness in Kenyan economic sectors. 2017, European Journal of Business and Management 1SSN 2222-1905- 2222-2839. Vol 9, 12,2017
  • Rintari N. G and Mogire H. (2015) Factors Influencing Brand Loyalty in Retail Shops,Vol 7, No 34,2015, 1SSN( Paper) 2222-1905 ISSN 12222-2839,
  • Kinyua, W.  Rintari & Moguche (2018) Factors influencing Strategy Choice in Five Star Hotels Performance in Nairobi Kenya International Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering & Management (IJAREM) ISSN: 2456-2033. VOL .04 Issue 09
  • Omboi, B. Rintari, N, G. & Otike W. Segmentation of furniture manufacturing and Service Industry: A Key to Profitability, ISSN 2222-1905 1SSN 2222-2839
  • Rintari, N. G. (2015) Quality of Kenyan university graduates and their work preparedness, DeKUT Publishers
  • Abongo, B, Mutinda, R., Senaji, T., & Rintari, N. (2019) Employee Work Ethics and Organizational Performance. Stratford Journal, ISSN: 2616-8421
  • Orge B,. Nkaabu & Rintari, N. Moderating Effect of Diversity management on The Relationship between Corporate Governance Practices and Performance of Selected Counties in Northeastern Kenya
  • Kato, S, N., Nkaabu , C  & Rintari, N. Mediating Effect of Organizational Resources on the Relationship between Strategy Implementation and Performance of Devolved Ministries among Selection Counties in Northeastern Kenya. Journal of Public Policy & Governance. ISSN: 2616-8413
  • Godana, D, S., Nkaabu C., & Rintari, N (2019) Effects of Governance Practices on Performance among Secondary Schools in Buuri Sub County: Meru county. Journal of Public Policy & governance ISSN: 2616-8413
  • Rintari, N, G. (2017) Quality of Service in Private and Public Kenyan Universities. European Journal of Business and Management, ISSN-2222-1905-2222-2839
  • Nkanata, S. & Rintari, N G. (2017) Relationship between Job Related Factors and Labour Turnover among Kenyan Technical Institutions.( Case of Mount Kenya Region), ISSN, 2222-1905    1SSN-2839
  • Ochoo A. Darmar, Rintari, N. & Muema W. (2018). Effect of Branding Strategy on the Performance of Multinational Corporations in Kenya
  • Abongo, B. Mutinda, R. Senaji, T. & Rintari, N. (2019) Employee Work Ethics and Organizational Performance in the Kenyan Insurance Industry. Stratford Journal. 1SSN:2616-8421
  • Abongo, B. Senaji, T. Rintari, N.  Interventions of Contemporary Challenges and the performance of Insurance Companies in Kenya. Academic Research Publishing Group, Vol. 5(3) pg 61-77, 03-2019
  • Njeru, K, G., Rintari N., & Moguche, A.,(2018) Effects of Credit Cards on the Competitiveness of Commercial Banks in Kenya( A survey of Commercial Banks in Meru County) International Journal,( IJAREM) OF Advanced Research in Engineering & Management
  • Njihia, M. W., Cherono, V., & Rintari, N.( 2019) Relationship Between Demographic Factors and Finacial Literacy Among Residents of Imenti North Sub- county, in Meru County, Kenya. EPRA International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research ( IJMR)
  • Obong’o, M, Ernest, Mutea, F. M. Rintari, N, G., (2020)  Influence of Convertible Bonds on Liquidity Growth of Commercial Banks in Nairobi County Kenya. CARI JOURNALS Vol 5. No 1 (2020)
  • Nyumoo, K., A., Mwambia, F., Rintari, N. G., (2020) Effect of Control Functions on the Financial Performance of Saccos in Meru County. International Journal of finance-CARI Journals 2020
  • Mule, M., Rintari. N., Moguche, A., M. (2020) Relationship Between Career Development and Employee retention in County Government of Meru, Kenya
  • Lekartiwa, H., Rintari, N., Moguche. A, M.(2020) Moderating effects of religious beliefs on employee reward in private hospitals of Samburu County. CARI Journals Vol. 5 No. 1 (2020) Lekartiwa
  • Mwiti,J., Moguche, A., Rintari, N., G. (2021) Relationship between Career advancement and job satisfaction among leaders in selected public secondary schools in Igembe North, Kenya. Human Resource and Leadership Journal. Vol. 6 No. 1 (2021)
  • Kaberia,J., Senaji, A., Rintari., (2021) Managerial Ties, Citizen Participation and Performance of County assemblies in Kenya (2021)

Research Interests

  • Marketing
  • Proposal development
  • Strategic planning
  • Thesis development


Strategic plan development98%
Policy development97%
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