Dr Rosemarie Ayuma Khayiya

Position: Lecturer
Title/Qualifications: Lecturer, Department of Hospitality Management,Doctor of Philosophy
Department: Hospitality Management
Contact Address: P.O. Box 43844-00100, Nairobi, Kenya
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Mobile: 254-0721165119     
Area of Specialization:Hospitality Management

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Publications

  • Rosemarie Khayiya and Usman Lawal A. Mani (2019) Restaurant Social Media Marketing Practices in Katsina Metropolis, Katsina State, Nigeria: Dilemma And Way Forward. A Comparative Case Study of Facebook and Twitter. Journal of Sciences and Multidisciplinary Research Volume 11, No. 3, 2019. ISSN: 2277-0135

  • Rosemarie Khayiya and Usman Lawal A. Mani (2019) Social Media Consumption as an Effective Tool for Increase in Restaurant Marketing in Katsina Metropolis, Katsina State, Nigeria. Journal of Social Sciences and Public Policy, Volume 11, Number 3, 2019.ISSN: 2277-0038

  • Gladys Apreh Siaw, Rosemarie Khayiya and Rahab Mugambi (2018) working conditions and work safety of hotel housekeepers in budget hotels of Eastern region of Ghana. International Journal of Research in Business, Economics and ManagementVol.2 Issue 3

  • Gladys Apreh Siaw, Nicholas Apreh Siaw, Rosemarie Khayiya and Rahab Mugambi (2018) Moderating effects of demographic variables on the relationship between working conditions and work safety among housekeepers of budget hotels. International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Management Research Vol. 3 Issue 3

  • Gladys Apreh Siaw, Rosemarie Khayiya, Rahab Mugambi and Nicholas Apreh Siaw (2018) Health Hazards and the Associated Contributions to Work Safety In The Housekeeping Department Of Budget Hotels. International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Management Research Vol. 3 Issue 2

  • Monica A. Wandolo, Prof. Douglas Ndiritu, Dr. Rosemarie Khayiya, Dr. Beatrice W. Mugendi (2018) Assessment of the Capacity of TVET and University Hospitality Schools in offering Food Safety and Hygiene Training in Kenya. International Journal of Scientific Research and Management (IJSRM) Volume. 6 Issue 6 Pages EM-2018-467-480

  • Monica A. Wandolo, Prof. Douglas Ndiritu, Dr. Rosemarie Khayiya, Dr. Beatrice W. Mugendi (2018) Barriers to the Implementation of Food Safety and Hygiene Principles (HACCP) in TVET and University Hospitality Schools in Kenya. International Journal of Scientific Research and Management (IJSRM) Volume. 6 Issue 7 Pages EM-2018-544-556

  • Margaret Githiri, Rosemarie Khayiya and Mary Mutisya (2016) Influence of Service Quality towards Customer Satisfaction and Return Intention: A Study at Star-Rated Restaurants. International Journal of Extensive Research 6:9-15

  • Nzioka, A, Khayiya, R and Ondigi, A (2015) Hotel General Manager’s Perception of the Factors that Affect Women Career Progression in the Hospitality Industry in Kenya. African Journal of Education, Science and Technology (AJEST)   Vol. 2 Issue 4

  • Adebitan, E.O, Khayiya, Ombwori, R and Mugambi, R (2014) Investigating Hotels food handler’s awareness of food safety regulations in Bauchi metropolis of Nigeria. International journal of Advanced Studies in Economics and Public Sector Management Vol. 2 No 1 pp61-73

  • Adebitan, E.O, Khayiya, Ombwori, R and Mugambi, R (2012) Assessing Regulatory Agencies Effectiveness in Enforcing Food Hygiene Standards in Hotels in Bauchi, Nigeria. International journal of Research and Sustainable Development Vol. 4 No 4 pp 8-15

Conference/Workshop Presentations

  • “Choice of Hotel Facilities by Guests with Physical Disabilities in Kenya: Experiences of Persons Living with Physical Disabilities” 10th anniversary Kenya Scholars and Studies Association (KESSA) conference, Atlanta, Georgia, USA September 8 -9, 2017.
  • ‘Establishing a Niche for Kenya’s Coastal Gastronomy: Perspectives of Tourists’ Intrinsic Inclination’ International Interdisciplinary Business-Economics Advancement Conference (IIBA 2015), 28 March – 02 April, 2015 Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, USA
  • ‘Attitudes toward Disability among Kenyan Students majoring in Hospitality and Tourism Management’ CIRRIE Conference June 13 - 22, 2011, Annual Training Conference of the Arkansas Rehabilitation Association in Hot Springs, Arkansas.
  • ‘Mass Customisation: A Competitive Strategy for Hotels in Kenya’ KESSA Conference July 31st-1st August, 2009. Bowling Green State University, Ohio, USA.

 

Conferences Attended

 

  • 10th anniversary Kenya Scholars and Studies Association (KESSA) conference, Atlanta, Georgia, USA September 8 -9, 2017.
  • International Interdisciplinary Business-Economics Advancement Conference (IIBA 2015), 28 March – 02 April, 2015 Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, USA
  • CIRRIE Conference June 13 - 22, 2011, Annual Training Conference of the Arkansas Rehabilitation Association in Hot Springs, Arkansas, USA.
  • KESSA Conference July 31st-1st August, 2009. Bowling Green State University, Ohio, USA.

 

 

Workshops Attended

 

  • Research, Publication and Grant Writing. School of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure Studies, October 2019

 

IFITT NAIROBI-Enhancing the Competitiveness Of Africa’s Tourism:- The ICTs Pathway, Kenyatta University, November, 2017.