Current Place of Residence: Mutare, Manicaland
University: Harvard University
Current/Recent Course: BA Economics
Terrens Muradzikwa is a senior at Harvard University studying Economics. His current research interests are focused on the impact of natural resources on employment and fertility rates in Africa. Terrens has worked as a research assistant for Professor Clayton Christensen, and has studied how disruptive innovation can be used to spur economic growth in developing countries. He is passionate about giving a voice to young people and about delivering universal education to children in Africa. As a result, he has been working on two fast-growing digital startups: The African Exponent and Shasha Network. Terrens plans to pursue an MSc in Economics for Development and a Master of Public Policy (MPP) at Oxford, with hopes of contributing to the economic and democratic turn-around of Zimbabwe.