Natasha Kimani, is currently an Academy Fellow at Chatham House, Royal Institute of International Affairs. Here her research focuses on Gender responsive governance and decentralization in Africa. A lawyer by profession, Natasha has extensive experience in constitutional implementation in Kenya and has previously worked for the Kenya Law Reform Commission, IDLO, The Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution and Giz. Natasha is a Mo Ibrahim Foundation Fellow, a 2016 Mandela Washington Fellow and a 2011 DAAD Scholar. Her areas of interest include Governance, Decentralization and Constitutional law.