Theory of Change
Radicalization: I radicalize youth into Pan-Africanism; because youth today are exposed into violent spaces, misogynist, discriminatory and racist spaces. I provide alternative transnational solitaire spaces of belonging that are nonviolent, inclusive, empowering to find purpose of voice, self-love and act as a community of changemakers.
Revolution: I come from a generation that started the first 21st century peaceful revolutions, a generation that changed the course of history, and the way we use technology and access information, a youth movement that showed the world how to organise in new ways of activism and the way forward to our revolution is decolonization.
Liberation: Political solidarity manifested in the liberation movements in the face of colonial powers, now our solidarity needs to be in the face of patriarchy because patriarchy thrives in corruption, occupation, capitalism, exploitation and abuse, because there is no pan-Africanism without feminism. I believe my liberation is your liberation when privileges of accessibility become rights for all.
Oxfam High-Level Independent Commission on Sexual Misconduct
Youngest Councillor, World Refugee Council
Board Member, CIVICUS Board of Directors
Youngest member, Fight Inequality Alliance Steering Committee
Advisor, FRIDA Young Feminist Fund
Advisor, World Peace Initiative Foundation
Member, United Network of Young Peacebuilders International Steering Group
Board Member, American Middle Eastern Network for Dialogue at Stanford