Dr. Tafadzwa Clementine Maramura holds a PhD in Public Management and Governance from the North-West University, a Master of Public Policy, Honours Public Policy (Cum Laude) and a B. Soc. Sci (Cum Laude) from the University of Fort Hare. Her research interests are in Governance, Socio-Economic Development and Public Policies spanning across Africa. She is a Brightest Young Minds (BYM) in Africa alumnus and she is currently a Senior Research Fellow for the University of Fort Hare and she is also a Berkley Initiative Transparency in Social Sciences Catalyst (BITSS) where she is working towards the promotion of research transparency and reproducibility in Africa. Her research has been compounded by the presentation of her research findings at international and regional conferences in England, Qatar, Ghana, Nigeria, Botswana, Kenya, Rwanda and Mozambique. As a mixed-method researcher, she has also published at least 30 peers reviewed articles in globally accredited journals with findings that have been publicised and policy implications proffered to the relevant research institutes and government departments.