Mary Ndabari, Lecturer, Department of Business Administration
Kemu Towers, 15th Floor, Nairobi Campus

“Wisdom is the right use of knowledge” – Charles Spurgeon

In the department of Business Administration faculty and students survey the business world.  As faculty we aspire to ensure our students understand the principles and practices of contemporary business.  Our students, upon completion, demonstrate an understanding of business concepts, are firmly grounded in business leadership and are equipped with the necessary skills to be transformational business leaders and entrepreneurs in the global arena.


Mary Ndabari is a trainer with a diverse background in economics, statistics and strategic management, with a bias in knowledge management.  She has also extensively engaged in publication and review of the KeMU peer reviewed scientific journal.

Mary trains students at diploma, degree, and post graduate level; including curriculum review and implementation of the same.  She is also involved in knowledge creation through research and knowledge transfer in instruction and consultancy.

She has a passion for community based and collaborative programmes involving the public sector.


  • Ph.D Strategic Management (candidate), Kenyatta University
  • MBA, Strategic Management, Kenya Methodist University
  • BSc, Agricultural Economics, Egerton University, Njoro, Kenya


  • Wamugo, D., Kirimi, E., Ndabari M. (2022). Middle level management role in championing alternatives and strategy implementation among insurance companies in Kenya. International Academic Journal of Human Resource and Business Administration, 3(10), 379-391
  • Ndabari, M. (2021). Knowledge management and performance: A conceptual review. International Academic Journal of Human Resource and Business Administration, 3(9), 538-553
  • Ndabari, M.W. (2019). Knowledge management in the context of dairy industry. International Business Research and Industrial Conference (IBRIC); Kenyatta University, Nairobi

Research Interests

  • Competitive Intelligence
  • Knowledge architecture
  • Business Sustainability
  • Business Ethics


Knowledge Transfer92%
Curriculum Development & Review96%
Journal Reviews93%
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