Lesotho & University of Cape Town, 2016
I am an activist at heart. My greatest drive is serving marginalised communities, and I believe that this is a social responsibility which needs to be fostered in all human beings from an early age. One of my passions is advocating for the inclusion of all genders, races and ethnicities within every area of life; and especially for economic freedom which significantly increases the trajectory of any society. It is for this reason that my experience has spanned across areas like: education and curriculum development; to activism against gender-based violence; and most recently to Africa's economic development focusing on regional integration and its prospects of facilitating the African Continental Free Trade Area.
With an educational background in Psychology, Sociology, Post-conflict Justice and International Relations, it is evident that at the heart of my previous work experience, educational and career pursuits, human dynamics take precedence. Indeed my biggest strength is my ability to connect with people and recognise their needs, and this is what informs my career pursuits.