Zoneziwoh is an award winning feminist storyteller and researcher with over five years of experience in gender activism, policy advocacy and youth leadership. She is the Executive Director at Women for A Change in Cameroon where she designs, directs and executes programs for the advancement of women and girls sexual and reproductive health rights, leadership, and empowerment. Her advocacy involves creating spaces for women and girls to engage with policy and decision makers at the highest levels including the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW), and translating and raising awareness on national and international women’s rights protocols and frameworks including the Maputo protocol and the Beijing Platform for Action. She brings aboard an in-depth understanding of women’s rights at regional and global level.
She is an alumnus of the African Leadership Centre (ALC) Kenya and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Sciences and a Master’s of arts (non- degree) in Conflict, Security and Development from King’s College in London.
She represents Central Africa.