Meet Our Tribe

Our mission to close the career aspiration gap for young people across the world has attracted individuals from all walks of life and diverse professional backgrounds. At the core of what brings us together, is our shared passion for supporting young people to discover their purpose and reach their fullest potential. Since our inception, we have continued to inspire and attract seasoned professionals with backgrounds in education, industrial psychology, business strategy, academia, design thinking, technology and research. Learn more about the leaders behind our mission below.

Team

Farai Munjoma

Chief Executive Officer

Lionel Tarumbwa

Chief Operating Officer

Tanaka Mapondera

Design Lead

Takudzwa Caitano

Project Manager

Nicole Zulu

Business Development Consultant

Macdonald Nyahoja

Social Media Manager

Buhle Ncube

Marketing Associate

Ntombi Makuyana

Head of Accessibility and Inclusion

Advisors

Phiona Martin

Indrayudh Ghousal

Natasha Fortuine

Sam Baker

Julio Manaritunga

Sam Darko

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9 months

Shandukurai Chiuswa

Shandukurai Chiuswa is a speaker and philanthropist. Shandu is set to commence her undergraduate studies at Dartmouth College, USA. She will be studying Mathematics and Economics with a minor in Social Work. Shandu is a recipient of the Joshua Nkomo Scholarship ’18 and an Opportunity Fund Program alumnus.

12 months

Miranda Shumba

Regardless of where you want to end up may you always employ your abilities for the advancement of humankind and the world will be a better place because you were unwavering and resilient. Ask yourself: What is my purpose? Then go out and achieve it! I know you can!"

14 months

Jean Marie Uwimana

Jean Marie Uwimana is the 2020 recipient of the University of Southern Indiana’s President’s Medal. The medal is the highest honor presented to a graduating senior student. “This is not something that happens everyday. This is the first time we have had an international student achieve this award,” said Uwimana.