Nura-Lisa Karamagi is a dynamic Tanzanian woman and a lawyer by profession. She works with the UONGOZI Institute, an independent government agency in Tanzania that supports African leaders to attain sustainable development for their nations and for Africa. Until 2011, she worked with Ako Law in Association with Clyde and Co., after which she joined the tourism industry. She worked with the Archipelago Group of Companies for five years on education projects on Mafia Island, Tanzania. Due to her unwavering passion and commitment to Tanzanian tourism and advocacy for dialogue amongst public and private sector stakeholders she continues to serve as a Board member for the Hospitality Association of Tanzania. She is passionate about dialogue as a key constituent of inclusive governance. Nura-Lisa holds a law degree from Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, and a Masters in Development Studies from the Institute of International and Development Studies Geneva, Switzerland.