I have 9 years’ experience working in Public health developmental projects in International organizations, locally and abroad with my current interest being in migrant health. My career aspiration is to be a voice of the unheard through being an influential health policy decision maker. Consequently, this has led me to purse a Doctoral study in Health policy and Management with Auckland University of Technology. I hold a Master in Public Health (Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand), a Bsc in Health Education and Promotion (University of Zimbabwe) and a number of professional certificates, including a Certificate in Programme and Project Monitoring and Evaluation (University of Zimbabwe).
Prior to this Doctoral journey, my public health experience as was gained as a Health Promotion Officer for Harare City Health Council, Voluntary Service Overseas International (VSO), as a Program Assistant with a focus on orphans and vulnerable children, gender, stigma and inclusion; International Rescue Committee as a Hygiene Promotion Officer overseeing, health and hygiene activities with the mandate of fighting diarrheal diseases; Public Health Team Leader for Oxfam GB under the WASH Emergency Response Unit; Plan International as a Health Coordinator for a project that supported women and their children; Head of Migration and Health Unit for IOM In Zimbabwe and a Youth Programmes Educator for Rape Crises and Youth Health Worker For Center for Youth Health in Nz