Her enthusiasm in gender and development inspired her to embark on her PHD journey, hoping to use her research to advance human rights, explicitly improving access to reproductive health rights for young women and adolescent girls. She combines extensive skills in research, project management and volunteerism working with young people with disabilities, sex workers and people who inject drugs. She has worked on numerous research projects that targeted young women and adolescent girls in Zimbabwe, Gambia and South Africa, focusing on improving and raising awareness on HIV-AIDS, GBV, TB & STI. Her research skills cover a broad spectrum, including qualitative research and quantitative analysis. She strives to use her graduate experiences, work experiences and research skills to further engage in advocacy work, disseminating knowledge among the most marginalized group of women and girls on gender equality, SRH, HIV and AIDS. Although she is passionate about reproductive health advocacy and research, she is also diverse and flexible with any work in the development field.