Margaret Nyambura Ndung’u is an Information Scientist with over 20 years of work experience gained from working and consulting for non-governmental organizations, private sector and academia. She has also extensively consulted for the public sector. She has worked on national and regional projects funded by IDRC, Worldbank, NEPAD, International Trade Center and Vodaphone among others. Her research interest is in ICT innovations and development. Her work has informed policy particularly in the ICT Sector in Kenya. Dr. Ndung’u is the lead Kenya Partner for Research ICT Africa, where she oversees, manages and coordinates country research projects. She has published in journals and books on use and application of ICTs in promoting development for enhanced quality of life. Dr. Ndung’u lectures part time at the School of Computing and Informatics, University of Nairobi and has supervised MBA students at the Business School, Tshwane University of Technology in Pretoria, South Africa. She holds a PhD in Information Systems, an MBA in Management Science; and a BSc. in Information Sciences.