Dr. Kinyeki is a Multi- Discipline Scholar who combines several areas of learning from different academic backgrounds. This includes Business Management and Administration, Procurement and Supplies Management, Human Resources Management, Marketing Management, Training and Management Development, Project Management and Development Economics, as well as Community Development.
Dr. Kinyeki is Fellow of the Institute of Management Specialists, A fellow of the Institute of Professional Financial Managers and A member of the Kenya Institute of Management. He is also a member of the Rotary club of Makeni (Sierra Leone) –District 9100. He is a chief Editor of the Journal of Multi-Discipline Scientific Research and an Editor and Peer Reviewer of the (APREPAU) journals. He received his undergraduate degree from United States International University (USIU-A) African Campus Nairobi, Kenya, MBA from Irish University Business School and a PhD from South California University. Dr.Kinyeki has contributed several articles to international journals and has also published more than ten books in Economics, Management, Social Sciences, Marketing and Project Management.
He is currently An Associate Professor in Management studies and Economics at DMI –St. Eugene University, Lusaka. He was prior to this a Senior Lecturer at University of Makeni , St. Joseph College Management And Technology, Yoni Campus in Sierra Leone. He was also prior to this, Dean of Academic Affairs, and HOD for Post graduate Department at the University of Makeni as well as Senior Exams officer.
Dr, Kinyeki is now publishing two very good books namely, The Rewards and Benefits Management, (A case study of Compensation Management in Developing countries versus Developed Nations) and Challenges of Economic Growth and Poverty in Developing Countries – ( A case study of Root causes of Poverty and inadequate growth in poor countries-A case Africa) .
Dr.Silas G.Kinyeki became interested in reviewing, editing and publishing this thesis into a book for future reading of younger generations and the benefit of the wider community that needs to be sensitized on the health benefits of getting circumcised as one way of fighting HIV/AIDS scourge in developing countries and the whole world.
You can read some of Dr. Kinyeki’s books in Research, Science and Technology publishers at http://www.rstpublishers.com/ and http://books.rstpublishers.com/