Tinuade is a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the Department of Political sciences and International Relations at the University of Johannesburg. She holds a Ph.D. in political science from the University of Pretoria. Her Masters and Honors were on Development Studies from UNISA. As a feminist political economist, her work explores the gendered dimension of trade, financial inclusion, digital transformation in policy, politics, and digitalization, international political economy, gender inequality, and poverty reduction strategies. Tinuade has published a wide range of works on gender and development policy, the IMF’s external relations with Africa, BRICS, Southern Africa, and West Africa, focusing on the political economy of trade and aid. In addition, she has acted as a peer reviewer for renowned scientific journals. Additionally, Tinuade has held various administrative portfolios, including tutor, mentor, administrator. She is an Associate Editor for BRICS Journal and Managing Editor for Digital Policy Studies at Johannesburg. She is a member of both international and local associates, AAPS, ASA, DSA, UNASA, SACE, SAAPS, to mention a few. Tinuade is currently the program officer for the African Association of Political Science (AAPS). Her current publication talks on "Gendered Finance and Economic Opportunities in SADC Communities: An Overview of Challenges and Prospects".