Title/Qualifications: Dr./PhD,Msc,Bsc,Dip
Fashion Design and Marketing
Contact Address:
 P.O Box43884-00100 Nairobi
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Area of Specialization: 
Textile Science, Pattern Design, Garment Making, Fashion Marketing, Interior Design
Research Interests:Textile Science, Innovation in Textile and Technology, Consumer purchasing behavior in clothing.
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  • Properties of decorticated Agave americana “Marginata” Fibres from different leaf levels from Lanet and Tigoni, Kenya. (2014)

  • Determination of Fibre Properties of Agave Americana Leaves as a Textile Fibre from Mbaruk, Nakuru District. (2009)


  • Mbugua G., Kamau P., Wamutitu J. (2013). Employability of Fashion and garment making students from youth polytechnics of Kenya. Vetri- Education (Quarterly Journal in Education). Vol8 No 4 ISSN-0973-8614 Oct- Dec 2013.

  • Mbugua G., Kamau P., (2013). Employability of Fashion and garment making students from youth polytechnics as perceived by employers in Gatundu and Thika Districts, Kenya. Learning Community-An International Journal of Education and Social Sciences. Vol.4, issue2. ISSN:2231-458X.

Conference Presentation

  • 2nd -3rd May 2014. “Properties of decorticated agave americana “marginata” fibres of different leaf levels from Lanet and Tigoni, Kenya" – at Annual International Conference on Cotton, Textile and Apparel Value Chain in Africa (CTA 2014)- Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia.


  • 19th- 21st November 2013. “An evaluation of agave americana “marginata” fibres properties in Kenya” At 2013 Regional Conference of International Network of Women Engineers and Scientists (INWES) – Nairobi, Kenya (School of Monetary Studies).


  • 1st - 4th November 2011.Comparison of Cotton Fibres with Agave Americana and Triumffeta Tomentosa in Kenya – at East Africa conference on Cotton Textile Apparel Value Chain on