I am extremely passionate about girls and women's rights issues. My interests lie primarily in sexual reproductive health and rights, HIV and AIDS and minority groups. I am a freelance writer for KhulumAfrika and Nango. I am currently pursuing my second Master's Degree, Master of Science in International Public Health with Liverpool John Moores University. I hold a Masters Degree in Development Studies from GREAT Zimbabwe University, a Bachelor of Social Science Honours Degree in Politics and Public Management from Midlands State University, and a Certificate in Monitoring and Evaluation from John Hopkins School of Public Health. I am the Founder and Executive director of Womandla Foundation, a Women-led and serving organization in Zvishavane, Zimbabwe. I have worked with different organizations and have led various leadership posts including working with Young Peoples Network, Saywhat Organisation, National AIDS Council of Zimbabwe. I am a part of the SheDecides Global movement as the Zimbabwean curator. I am an alumna of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, a part of the Women’s Networking Zone, a global network of feminist leaders, one of the Facilitators of Young Feminist Hub and the Zimbabwean ambassador of I Love Black people. I have written numerous articles for various publishing houses and participated in international summits and forums as a participant, moderator and made various presentations. I tackle the harmful social norms that are the root cause of violence against girls and women.