Immaculate Omondi is a Monitoring, Learning and Evaluation Scientist working with the Policies, Institutions and Livelihoods (PIL) Program at ILRI. Immaculate previously worked as a Post-doctoral Research Fellow at icipe (International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology). Earlier in her career, she worked at ILRI as a Research Technician – Agricultural Economist, attached to East African Dairy Development project (phase 1) after completing her graduate fellowship at ILRI. Immaculate holds a PhD. in Agricultural Economics from the University of Giessen, Germany. She also holds an MSc. degree in Agricultural Economics and a Bachelors degree in Agribusiness management from Egerton University, Kenya.