Un événement organisé par


  • Executive Director
  • The African Women's Development and Communication Network (FEMNET)


Currently the Executive Director at FEMNET. Memory is a pan African intersectional feminist, gender, and women’s rights activist, with deep experience in organizing and advocating for feminist policies at the regional, national and international levels.   A seasoned cross-cultural thought leader and strategist bridging national, regional, global women’s rights networks with policy leaders. She is listed among Apolitical top 100 women in gender policy, SheDecides Guiding group chair, Co-chair of the NGO-CSW Africa, Co-leader of the Generation Equality Forum Action Coalition on Economic Justice, Board member of Feminist Foreign Policy Coordinating Group, Founding member of the Global Family Law Campaign and co-chair of SDG Kenya Forum a member of the Fight Inequality Steering Group, Financing for Development and the Stop The Bleeding Campaign. Memory has extensive front line experience implementing campaigns policy advocacy initiatives advancing human rights, gender equality. She led in the development and positioning of FEMNET as a pan African feminist movement working on climate justice and the intersections with economic justice and sexual reproductive justice. She co-designed the African Feminist Climate Justice Academy and contributed to mobilizing African feminists in meaningfully engaging and participating in COP processes and the Africa Gender and Women’s Constituency. She has been exploring the impact and policy alternatives and imperatives on macrolevel economics, care economy, debt, trade and natural resource governance. She is passionate about dismantling and disrupting patriarchy, neo-liberal systems and structures that oppress and deny women dignity. She has a MPhil in Water Resources Management focusing on women’s leadership in the Water Sector from the University of Western Cape in South Africa, and a BSc in Geology, Geography and Environmental Science from the University of Zimbabwe.