Grace Ruvimbo Chirenje

Grace Ruvimbo Chirenje

Born on 15 December 1982, Grace Ruvimbo Chirenje is a young feminist leader from Harare, Zimbabwe. Her background is humanities and she holds an Honors degree in African Languages and Culture from Midlands State University. She is currently a holder of a Masters in Leadership and Management (Africa Leadership and Management Academy) and also pursuing a Diploma in Theology (Africa Christian and Theological School). Grace’s passion is community development and facilitation with a special emphasis on youth and women in relation to democracy, good governance and conflict transformation. Grace Chirenje is the founder and currently Director of Zimbabwe Young Women’s Network for Peace Building (ZYWNP). She is a former Board Member of Women's Coalition of Zimbabwe. Grace sits on the board of Centre for Community Development in her efforts to contribute to the democratization process of Zimbabwe. She is also part of a Southern African young women's steering committee that mobilizes young women from SADC around youth and women's development. She is also active in the regional parliament for youth. Her extra activities of centering body, mind and soul include reading, running, swimming, tennis and social networking which she works hard to jungle with her many other roles as a growing African feminist leader.
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