Pauline Kyalo is a storyteller and advocate for merging science and creativity. With a strong educational background from Kenyatta University and specialized training in Transmedia Storytelling: Narrative worlds, emerging technologies, and global audiences from UNSW, Pauline is passionate about using narrative techniques to support sustainable development.
Pauline believes that storytelling has the power to break down barriers and make scientific information more accessible and relatable. By creating compelling narratives about the natural world, she aims to raise awareness about environmental conservation and inspire people to take action to protect our valuable resources.
With a deep understanding of narrative worlds and emerging technologies, Puline explores innovative ways to engage global audiences and captivate their attention. She recognizes the importance of utilizing various media platforms to convey messages effectively, leveraging the power of visual storytelling, interactive experiences, and digital engagement.
Puline’s work reflects her dedication to bridging the gap between scientific research and public understanding. Through her storytelling prowess, she brings life to complex data, making it easier to comprehend and communicate. Her ability to craft relatable and heartfelt stories resonates with audiences, motivating them to care about and actively contribute to environmental conservation efforts.
Puline Kyalo’s passion for storytelling and her knowledge of transmedia techniques and sustainable development positions her as a compelling author and advocate.