Dr Kelvin Momanyi joined ILRI as a Research Assistant in the Zoonoses in Livestock in Kenya (ZooLinK) suite of projects effective 1st July 2017. His role is to provide technical research support in the surveillance of zoonotic diseases in western Kenya with a strong focus on the One Health approach and a dedicated role of public science communication and stakeholder interaction. Kelvin is a research veterinarian with over 4 years professional and research experience in One Health, Veterinary Medicine and public science communication. He was the recipient of the Young Veterinarian of the Year Award (2016/17) conferred by the Kenya Veterinary Association. His previous research has been on the evaluation of the implementation of One Health in Kenya and exploring One Health and cancer in humans and dogs in Nairobi. Kelvin holds a Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Nairobi and a Masters in One Health from the University of Edinburgh.