Founder & Curator
Safety First for Girls
SAFIGIs vision is to curate a platform where girls reclaim power via innovation to restore human dignity in the processes of achieving safety; equips girls with knowledge, practices, and responses to intersectional feminist discourse; thereby leading to fulfillment of girls lives through self-determination, volunteerism, and community strengthening.
Founder President 2017-20 Board Director
We work with young people to increase digital citizenship in local communities
engage youth in internet governance
connect grassroots communities to institutions that enhance their autonomy in digital citizenship
create services that respond to the digital needs of underserved communities
Fellowships, Residencies & Programs
Atlantic Fellow for Social and Economic Equity based at the International Institute of Inequalities at the London School of Economics.
2019 - 2020
Internet Freedom Festival
Community Development Fellow for the Next Net at the 5th Anniversary of the Internet Freedom Festival in Spain.
Engineers Without Borders
Kumvana Fellow at Engineers Without Borders Canada including a retreat in Kenya.
Youth@IGF Fellow Internet Society at the 12th Internet Governance Forum at the United Nations Office at Geneva.
Women Deliver travel fund recipient and presenter of Digital Poster showcasing latest research and initiatives that demonstrate the impact of advocacy for gender equality and the health, rights, and wellbeing of girls and women.
Mozilla Open Leaders
Mozilla Open Leaders and Mozilla Open Leaders X trainings on Work Open. Lead Open.
2018 and 2019
Africa Youth Summit
The Graça Machel Trust and the Mandela Institute for Development Studies celebrated the Mandela centenary by hosting the inaugural African Youth Networks Summit with over 200 youth leaders.
Mawazo Africa Writing Institute nurtures African writers through creative writing workshops in all genres. 'Write the Novel II' was a 3 months mentorship writing program with 5 African writers.
The African Female Writers Residency hosted by Femrite Uganda and Karavan Sweden offered a 3-week residency for upcoming African writers.