With over 15 years of experience working in diverse international contexts, Kudzai's work has focused on improving social and economic well-being through:
• Impact Investment
• Evidence-based systems and policy analysis
• Providing practical and replicable solutions for internal and external stakeholders
Amongst other areas, this has culminated in her involvement in:
• Micro-finance for women
• Social enterprise development
• Basic literacy, farming, and health
• Contributions to state and federal public policy
She has capably led and developed policy campaigns coordinating multi-stakeholder engagement in Australia. Her work has featured in submissions to the Prime Minister’s and Attorney General’s Offices, parliamentary speeches, national papers, and press club debates.
Kudzai was recognised as a nominee for the Griffith Business School Outstanding Young Alumnus Award (2021), she is a UNHCR Leading Women Founding 50 member, and the inaugural 'Anderson Fellow'.
The prestigious Anderson Fellowship is awarded to young leaders, who show high potential for principled leadership for the betterment of society.
She holds a Master of Business Administration (Public Policy), Bachelor of Commerce (Economics and Finance), and an International Diploma of Travel and Tourism (Cambridge)
Her areas of special interest include:
• Humanitarian Aid
• Sustainable Agribusiness
• International Trade and Ecotourism Development
Areas of ExpertiseMedia - Macroeconomic outlook
Media - Energy, environment, climate change & renewables