I hold a Bachelor of Social Science Special Honors degree in Monitoring and Evaluation from Lupane State University, a Bachelor of Social Science degree in Social Anthropology from Great Zimbabwe University, and a Post Graduate Diploma in Project Management from Project Management Institute of Zimbabwe.
I am passionate about humanitarian work, and I have worked for various non-profit organizations in Zimbabwe. Presently, I am a monitoring and evaluation practitioner with the Catholic Relief Services focused on implementing HIV prevention programs that benefit orphans and vulnerable children in Zimbabwe.
My experience at the Leaders of Africa Institute has been invaluable and instrumental to my professional career. I have enhanced my knowledge of advanced research methods, data management, and analysis. Through the mentorship and guidance I am receiving from Leaders of Africa Institute, I am presently working on a research project that seeks to explain the influence of educational subsidies on education. The research aims to inform education policy decision-making in Zimbabwe and Africa.