I am researcher and writer with interest in gender, sexuality and human rights. A development professional with over a decade of domestic and international experience in human rights, and gender equality. I hold an MA degree from the Institute of Social Studies, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands, an advocate of human rights from Institute of the studies of human rights—Columbia University, USA. I have experience working and researching in SSA’s more than 15 countries with focus on adolescent girls and young women, and youths (boys) within the HIV Prevention and linkages to care, SRHR and Menstrual health. I document, create and produce content for communities as part of archiving histories, including oral history on all gendered rights issues affecting women and girls, including their society as a whole. I am passionate about women and girls and likely obsessed with menstruation- through Happy Flow Diaries Africa in the context of socioeconomic development and dignity.
Seeing women and girls live their fullest potential and exploring their capabilities in a society the celebrates them and anchored in love!
Promoting women and girls stories that we are producing through the Fearless Afrika Podcast, to share honestly about tapping into the self.
Experienced in conducting reviews, impact assessments, research and evaluations. Experienced trainer and facilitator on gendered issues.