If you tremble with indignation at every injustice then you are a friend of mine – Che Guevara
Faith Lumonya is a Development Economist with over 9 years of work experience in program management and policy advocacy. Her areas of work have mainly focused on economic justice issues, specifically on trade, investment, and tax policy, while applying gender analysis to inform her advocacy engagements. To further her influence, she has recently extended her scope of work into a new workstream on climate justice. She continues to contribute to the debate on alternative economic paradigms through her work and several research initiatives in this area. Her engagements at the global and regional level broadly and with communities, especially women working in factories, plantations, and flower firms, women traders, and women entrepreneurs have harnessed her appreciation for the need for a reflective and radical confrontation of patriarchy, neoliberalism, capitalism, and all other isms that are responsible for oppression in society. Faith seeks to promote African women’s and communities’ engagement in influencing the change that they want.