Marine biologist interested in marine biodiversity, adaptation of marine ecosystems to climate change, science communication and marine photography.
Joey Ngunu holds a BSc in marine biology and fisheries from Pwani University, Kenya. He has inclusive academic interests in marine ecology, ichthyology, study of marine apex predators, biostatistical programs and marine photography. He has kin interest with communication science for biological oceanography. Since 2020, he is under studentship with the Billfish-WIO project funded by the Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association (WIOMSA) . For this project he has done research on the historical records of billfish in the sport fishing industry along the Kenyan coast. He is also an intern at Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute in Mombasa, Kenya. He is currently contributing to LICCI data collection focusing on marine fisheries in target regions of the South Coast of Kenya through a gender perspective.