Joseph Obosi holds a PhD in Political Science and Public Administration from the University of Nairobi. He has over 20 years of work experience in public policy and administration and is therefore a reputable expert in this regard. He currently teaches Public Policy & Administration, Comparative Politics and Research Methods at the department of Political Science & Public Administration at the University of Nairobi. He has specialized training in research methods, specifically in Advanced Research Design, Survey Design Methods, Impact Evaluation; Monitoring & Evaluation, Comparative Case Analysis, and Applied Quantitative Methods. He has been trained in pedagogical leadership, a training programme which equips individuals with intentional and integrated interventions in design, context, processes and content of teaching and learning aimed at maximizing learning outcomes among students. Dr. Obosi served as Registrar/Secretary of Colleges of Humanities and Sciences and Education & External Studies at the University of Nairobi until the year 2019. He has about 20 publications in books and refereed journals in the areas of water sector reforms, privatization of water delivery, Private-Public Partnerships, and Health governance. His most recent publication being “Community management and water service delivery in Africa” (Intech, 2020). He is currently the coordinator of Public Policy and Research Programmes at the Department of Political Science and Public Administration, University of Nairobi and teaches Advanced Research Design to the PhD in Public Policy Class. He is also a College member of International Public Policy Association. He has conducted several research projects either as a principal investigator or a co- lead investigator.