Memory Zonde-Kachambwa is a pan African feminist, gender and women’s rights activist. She grounds her work in feminist principles and an intersectional feminist framework of analysis. She is the Executive Director at the African Women’s Development and Communication Network (known as FEMNET). She is a dynamic leader in movement-building, feminist organizing in policy advocacy and networking with over 18 years’ experience developing, managing and implementing programs promoting women and girls rights regionally and globally. A seasoned cross cultural thought leader and strategist bridging national, regional, global women’s rights networks with policy leaders. She is a board member of the award –winning UNESCO Female Students Support Network Trust in Zimbabwe which assists young women in tertiary institutions in fighting gender based violence. She also sits as the gender and women’s lead on the Zimbabwe Transitional Justice Working Group.