I grew up in Harare, Zimbabwe and then moved to the USA for college. In the US, I studied Chemistry at Amherst College in Western Massachusetts. After Amherst, I joined a boutique consulting firm in Boston for two years and then joined the Clinton Health Access Initiative. At CHAI I provided strategic and technical support to country teams and governments in Africa on health financing issues. After CHAI, I moved to Higherlife Foundation, where I am currently working with the executive team to re-articulate the education strategy of the Foundation.
My background in both the NGO and private sector made me interested in understanding how policies are crafted and the role of outside players like the private sector and NGOs in policy making. My interest lies at the intersections of business and public sector work with the goal of leveraging business tools to bear on social challenges.