Dr. Clem’s 


Dr Clem

 Dr. Msengi received a doctorate degree in Educational Leadership from Lamar University. She is currently a visiting assistant professor in the Department of Educational Leadership in Doctoral Studies at Lamar University. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Health Promotion from the University of Northern Iowa, where she received the Purple and Old Gold Award for graduating at the top of the class in her major. She also holds Masters of Arts in Community Health from the University of Northern Iowa.


Mentoring & Coaching

Dr Clem mentors and coaches academically and professionally 


We will be sharing a list our upcoming  publications here. 

Photo Gallery

We will share our photos and videos of Dr. Clem’s presentations here.

Coaching & Mentoring

If you would like to reach out to Dr. Clem for either mentoring or coaching, email here directly. 


Dr. Clem  speaks to a variety of audiences. To invite her to speak  at your next event, please email her directly. 

The book cover for Spared

Recent Awards

See Recent Work

UNI award
UNI Awards

Recent engagements


We will be adding more content from recent sessions soon.

Dr. Clem’s recent short writings

Find PEACE during Challenges

https://wiobyrne.com/resilience-and-adversity/ Photo Credit: Unsplash By Dr. Clementine Msengi The first six months of 2020 all too clearly demonstrated that challenges are an inevitable part of life. However, while we can't always be prepared for adversity, we can...

Finding Peace

Photo Credit: Pixaby During the month of December, the word peace saturated our world. We heard it in the lyrics of holiday music, Christmas messages, seasonal services, community celebrations, and read it in the greetings on our cards. Peace on earth. But what does...

Faith and Resilience

In 2014, Julie K. Hersh, a writer for Psychology Today Online posted a question on Facebook asking readers to share their tactics for building resilience. Their top response was “faith.” The response isn’t surprising. Faith links our present circumstances to our...