She is a social worker and human rights activist based in Nyala, Darfur. She studied under the Faculty of Socio-Economic Sciences in Cavendish University Uganda, has written about the recent Sudan crisis and her stories are carried widely including on Al Jazeera.
She Joined Cavendish University Uganda in 2015-AUG and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration (2nd Class Upper Division. She is very proud to be the first CUU staff employed at Cipla Quality Chemical Industries Limited (CiplaQCIL) the publicly listed company that has a state of the art pharmaceutical plant that manufactures the latest Anti-retroviral (ARVs), Anti-malarial (ACTs) and Hepatitis B medicines serving most of Africa. She interned there and says she beat off stiff competition (from Makerere and Kyambogo university graduates), the doubts of some of the panelists about CUU, and the odds of doing her interview whilst doing her final exams, to get her job in logistics and procurement.