• Lecturer/ Ag. Chair of Finance, Accounting, Procurement and Economics (FAPE)
• School of Business, Economics and Human Resource Management
Dr. (CPA) Peninah is a Lecturer and the acting chair of the department of Finance, Accounting, Procurement and Economics, School of Business, Economics and Human Resource Development, Alupe University. She holds Doctor of philosophy in Business Management (Finance), Master of Business Management (Financial Management) and Bachelor of Business Management (Accounting). Professionally, she is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA K) and Certified Public Secretaries (CPS K) holder. Moreover, Dr. (CPA) Peninah holds a Post Graduate Diploma of Teaching in Higher Education (PGDTHE). She has over 5 years experience in teaching as well as supervision of research projects and theses. Moreover, she has experience in collecting, recording, analysis, summarizing and communicating financial information to permit informed decisions.
· PhD; Doctor of Philosophy in Business management (Finance), Moi University, School of Business and Economics September 2016 to December 2019 (Dissertation Title; Ownership Structure, Corporate Diversification, Capital Structure and Financial Performance of Firms Listed at the Nairobi Securities Exchange in Kenya).
· · PGDTHE; Post Graduate diploma of teaching in higher education, Catholic university of Eastern Africa, Faculty of Education, August 2016 to October 2018 (Distinction) (Thesis Title; Financial Management, Educational Administration and Performance in Public Secondary Schools, Uasin Gishu County, Kenya).
- · MBA; Master of Business Administration, Financial management option, Catholic University of Eastern Africa, 2012 – 2014 (Second class honors, upper division) (Thesis Title: Assessment of the Effectiveness of Internal Control Procedures: A Case of the Catholic University of Eastern Africa).
- Certificate; Certified Public Secretaries (CPS K), Section 1 to 6, KASNEB, 2014 (a member of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants, ICPAK membership number 15254)
- Certificate; Certified Public Accountants (CPA K), Section 1 to 6, KASNEB, 2009 – 2012
(Member - Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya, ICPAK)
- · BBM; Bachelor of Business Management, Accounting option, Moi University, School of Business and Economics, 2005 – 2008 (Second class honors, upper division)
- Certificate; Computer packages, Versatile Information Technology, October to December, 2003.
- Certificate; Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE), A.I.C. Girls Kessup (Mean grade of B Plain), 1999 – 2002
Evaluation of financial performance of both profit and nonprofit making organizations given concepts relating to Accounting and Finance discipline.
1. Tanui, P.J. (2022). Ownership Structure and Corporate Sustainability Disclosure in Kenya: Interaction Effect of Board Gender Diversity. International Journal of Finance Research, 3(4), 312 – 334.
2.Tanui, P. J., & Serebemuom, B.M. (2021). Corporate Diversification and Financial Performance of Listed Firms in Kenya: Does Firm Size Matter?. Journal of Advanced Research in Economics and Administrative Sciences, 2(2), 65-77.
3. Tanui, P.J., Katana, H., Alosi, G., Khahenda, L. & Adhiambo, V.E. (2021). Ownership Structure and Financial Performance of Firms Listed in Kenya: Mediation role of Corporate Diversification. Journal of Advanced Research in Economics and Administrative Sciences, 2(3), 16-34.
4. Tanui, P.J., Omare,D. & Atieno M.A (2021). Asset Structure, Corporate Governance, Capital Structure and Financial Performance of Construction and Manufacturing Firms Listed In Kenya. Himalayan Journal of Economics and Business Management, 2(3) 72-91
5. Tanui, P.J . (2021). Effect of Institutional Ownership on Financial Performance in Kenya: Moderated Mediation Role of Capital Structure and Corporate Diversification. Journal of Advanced Research in Economics and Administrative Sciences, 2(4), 23-39.
6. Tanui, P.J., & Omare, D. (2021). Board Characteristics and Working Capital Management Linkage: Panel Data Analysis Approach across Listed Construction and Manufacturing Firms in Kenya. Africa Journal of Technical and Vocational Education and Training, 6(1), 121-138
7. Tanui, P.J (2020). Relationship between Contemporary Management Accounting Practices and Entrepreneurial Strategies of Large Enterprises in Eldoret Town, Kenya. Hybrid Journal of Business and Finance, 1(1), 7-36.
8. Tanui, P.J, Yegon, J.C & Bonuke, R (2019). Ownership structure and financial performance of Listed firms in Kenya: The case of panel data analysis approach. Nairobi journal of Humanities and Social sciences, 3(3), 1 – 35.
9. Tanui, P.J, Yegon, J.C & Bonuke, R (2019). Effect of Ownership Structure on Corporate Diversification of Listed Firms in Kenya: The Moderating Role of Capital Structure. Seisense Journal of Management, 2(5), 29-46.
10. Dr. Kangethe, S.N & Tanui, P.J (2019). Principal’s financial management practices, educational administration and performance of selected secondary schools in Kenya. Nairobi journal of Humanities and Social sciences, 1(3), 15 – 25.
11. Peter, P.K., Dr. Bor, G. & Tanui, P.J (2018). Relationship between determinants of internal performance and stock returns among listed commercial banks in Kenya. IOSR Journal of Business and Management, 20(10), 52-60.
12. Tanui, P.J & Prof. Maru, L. (2017). Management of small and medium enterprises in Kenya as a strategy for national development; Issues and challenges
13. Korio, G.C., Wanza, L., Tanui, P. J. & Okisai, F.E. (2017). The relationship between research & development alliance and competitive advantage of Kenya Commercial Bank, Eldoret Branch. International Journal of Business and Management review 5(9), 1 – 9.
14. Okisai, F.E., Bor, G.K., Tanui, P.J. & Korio, G.C. (2017). The effect of automated car pak system on revenue collection In Busia County Government, Kenya. International Journal of Business and Management review 5(9), 10 -18.
15. Tanui, P.J. (2016). Demystifying the key Taxation concepts to improve compliance by Small and Medium Enterprises in Kenya. European Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance Research 4 (6), 47 – 60.
16. Tanui, P.J. (2016). Asset management practices as a boon for a successful business. A case of Kenya’s businesses. European Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance Research – European American 4 (6), 81-95.
17. Tanui, P.J., Bogonko, J.B. & Omare, D. (2016). Internal Control System for Financial Management in the Church; A case of Protestant Churches in Eldoret Municipality. European Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance Research 4 (6), 47 – 60.
18. Tanui, P.J., Chumba, S. & Bogonko, J.B. (2015). Is Internal Control System an effective tool for financial management? A practical experience from SMES in Eldoret Municipality, Kenya. International Journal of Current Research 7(7), 18673 – 18679.
19. Tanui, P.J., Chumba, S. & Bogonko, J.B. (2015). Environmental Accounting practices: A case for large petrol filling stations in Eldoret Municipality, Kenya. International Journal of Current Research in 7(4), 14748-14756.
20. Tanui, P.J. & Prof. Achoka, J.S.K. (2014). Internal audit as the watchdog of TVETs finances. Kenya Journal of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (KJ-TVET) 3, 22-30.
21. Tanui, P.J. & Prof. Achoka, J.S.K. (2014). Financial management techniques for business in Kenya. Kenya Journal of Education Planning Economics and Management 8(2), 49 – 63.
Auditing and Assurance Services, International Finance, Financial Accounting, Advanced Financial Accounting, Special Accounts, Financial Statement Analysis, Professional Accounting Ethics, Development Project Appraisal, Management of Financial Institutions, Money and Banking Practice, Law of Financial Markets, Business Finance, Business Law, Business Studies Method I and II and Financial Management