Tafadzwa A Taruvinga is a finance professional with experience in financial management and international trade. She graduated with a 1st class degree in Finance and Investments and went on to acquire a Masters in International Trade, Investments and Business Law. Her passion is working with vulnerable groups so as to ensure sustainable economic development within the organization and the African continent.
Daphne Matiza is a creative writer who believes in maximizing the use of technology to bring people together and drawing attention to issues that matter. She is passionate about youth empowerment and her humanitarian beliefs are strongly rooted in the philosophy of servant leadership and community development. She studied networking at Telone and Business Finance with Midlands State University, the knowledge with which she is using to contribute where she can in society.
Hazel Ruvarashe Muzembe is a growing learner of children issues. She earned a Masters’ degree in Child Sensitive Social Policies from Women’s University in Africa (WUA) and a Bachelor of Science of Science Degree in Psychology from Midrand Graduate Institute (Pearson Institute of Higher Education) in South Africa. Hazel has 4 years’ experience in counselling of children and adults. She gained this rich experience from related counselling positions she held at different organizations. Continual abuse, disgrace, victimisation and manipulation by adults on children has become the order of the day in our society. These topical issues have ignited an interest in Hazel to help others through advocacy work.
Over twenty years of proven experience in social protection issues in Zimbabwe, Mrs. Trudy Nyakambangwe is a mother of two young people and a PhD student in social protection. She is the Director of Child and Youth Care an Organisation that provides support for children with inherited rare bleeding disorders. She has an in-depth understanding of legislation, techniques and tools that can be used to champion the interest of children living with rare medical conditions. She is interested in research on female hemophilias and carriers.