Associate of the Department of Geography at the University of Leicester. I am also a member of the KENWEB (Kenya Wetlands Biodiversity Research Team) at the National Museums of Kenya, and currently working with Kings College London on remote sensing tools for Turkana.
I have 38 years overseas professional consultancy experience, and until 2007 was responsible for all GIBB Africa hydrological, hydrogeological and environmental studies, water supply, irrigation, drainage, sewerage, sanitation projects in East and Central Africa. This has included the management of many multi-disciplinary water, sewerage, and irrigation projects.
In the past decade, Sean has carried out many environmental audits and impact assessments and is a regional specialist in water resources applied to the tropical climates of Africa and the Middle East. Sean has undertaken numerous flood and drainage studies throughout the continent. He has recently been reviewing irrigation development proposals and their impacts in the drylands of the Horn of Africa, with several recent publications.
Responsibilities as “Engineer” have included the preparation of tender documents & construction supervision of water, wastewater and irrigation engineering projects in Africa.