Actively involved in community organization, this includes; community mobilization, Conflict early warning reporting, networking at community level, building and strengthening of community peace structures, preparation of reports, creating linkages with the government departments including security sector and provincial administration, promotion of community policing. Facilitating increased community participation in planning, Implementation and monitoring network members’ interventions. Research areas include;- work satisfaction and gender mainstreaming, Conflict Analysis surveys, Studies on Burnout, Community Based Disaster Response, Health Facility Assessments, Community Baseline Surveys, gender based violence, women and girl child rights, governance and democratic processes, Peace building, leadership and integrity, food security, water and sanitation, entrepreneurship and community financing, political settlements and security reforms in Kenya and devolution. Roselyne is currently the Program manager of Local Capacities for Peace International (LCPI), involved in staff supervision, monitoring and evaluation of projects, networking and resource mobilization. A member of the Nyando Court Users Committee, National steering committee on Peace building and conflict management – conflict analysis group, a Rotarian and board member of Lundha secondary school.