Bernadette Wanjala is an economist with extensive experience in research and teaching at the university. She is currently the Research Director at the Strathmore University Business School (Nairobi, Kenya). In addition to the administrative role, she is also a faculty member where she teaches various postgraduate courses. Her areas of interest include public policy analysis and evaluation, public sector finance, public finance management, development economics, macroeconomic modelling, gender analysis and gender-aware macroeconomics (including feminist economics and gender-responsive budgeting), and programme evaluation (including experimental and non-experimental impact evaluation). She has published several journal papers, book chapters and working/discussion papers mainly in the areas of macroeconomics, economic development and gender mainstreaming/gender-responsive budgeting. She has also extensively consulted for various organizations, key among them, UN Women, United Nation Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA), World Health Organization, World Bank, Save the Children, Tax Justice Network, Society for International Development, Action Aid International, Overseas Development Institute (UK), among others.
/ / Bernadette Wanjala, Strathmore University