Lomodei Evans (Mr) is the Coordinator of Technical and Vocational Education and Training unit (TVET) of Turkana University College. He is an Assistant Lecturer and exam coordinator school of science. He has a wealth of experience and knowledge in fisheries management, research and academia. He is a graduate of University of Eldoret with a BSc in Fisheries and Aquatic Science (First class honours), MSc in Applied Marine and Fisheries Ecology from University of Aberdeen, UK and also pursuing a second MSc in Sustainable Aquaculture from University of St. Andrews, UK (Courtesy of Commonwealth scholarship commission).

He is currently finalizing a PhD in Fisheries and Aquatic science (Fisheries management option) at the University of Eldoret, Kenya and His doctoral research study is grounded on theories and applications of hydro-acoustics as a fisheries stock assessment technique in studying fish abundance, distribution and migration. His thesis title is Spatial-temporal assessment of fish abundance and distribution in the fishing grounds of lake Turkana, Kenya.

Lomodei started his career as a volunteer research assistant at Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute (KMFRI) in 2010 during his early years of undergraduate life. After his studies, He worked for Turkana County Government as Fisheries officer where he served in various senior positions in acting status like acting deputy director of fisheries for about three years before moving to Turkana University College as an Assistant lecturer at the department of environmental sciences.

He is an Aquatic/marine scientist in the area of fisheries ecology and management. He specialises in fish ecology and the ecosystem based approach to fisheries management (EBAFM). His research interest majors on the use of hydro-acoustics and GIS in management of African great lakes fisheries.