Tafadzwa Muropa is a Gender and Governance Specialist, with 12 years working experience in the non-profit sector and has worked for national and international NGOs, as well as social movements. She has also worked with local organizations as a development worker only in Zimbabwe but also in Malawi and Uganda .Tafadzwa currently works with Centre for Natural Resource Governance (CNRG) as a Programs Manager. Her areas of interest include economic governance, gender and extractive industries, socio-economic rights, child rights and electoral governance. Tafadzwa has written a number of papers on governance and socio-economic development in Zimbabwe and how it is related to the African continent. Tafadzwa is affiliated to national, regional and global networks which include FEMNET(Pan African women’s rights organization based in Kenya,),Women’s Coalition of Zimbabwe, Association of Women’s Rights in Development(AWID) just to mention a few. She is a holder of a BA in Economic History and Philosophy with the University of Zimbabwe and has received short course training in human rights, public policy and gender. She plans to resume her post grad studies in Public Policy and Human Rights later in 2017.