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I am about to complete my studies towards an MPhil In Development Studies at the University of Oxford Department of International Development (ODID) In the first year I have majored in Economics, Anthropology, Research methods: Qualitative & Quantitative and studied Macro and Micro themes of Development. I am also currently serving as an International Coordinator for the Young Scholar’s Initiative (YSI) Institute for New Economic Thinking. I am responsible for taking the lead on drafting the working group mandate, set the overall direction and strategic plans for the working group and develop new project ideas with working group organizers as well as appoint YSI Event Coordinators.
I also the Co-founded APETZIM RESEARCH AND CONSULTANCY which is a Zimbabwean start up research company led by women and committed to helping organizations and individuals make important business decisions through the use and analysis of actionable research astuteness.
• Between August 2017 to December 2018 I held the position of Graduate Teaching Assistant in the Department of Economic History at the University of Zimbabwe. During this time, I taught undergraduate courses that include; The Zimbabwe Economy Since 1939, The Economic History of Asia From Colonial Occupation to 1945, Economic History of Asia from 1945 to The Rise of The Asian Tigers, Economic Cooperation in Africa and Introduction to Economic History.
• I am also a published researcher with interdisciplinary research versatility and sharp interest in state policies and their socio-economic impact on the society. My broader research focus is on economic and public policy, politics, conflict management, post-conflict reconstruction, youth development, youth and adolescents and HIV and AIDS. My primary research interest is the role of the state in land distribution and land conflicts.