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She is a talk show host, writer, entrepreneur, activist, and motivational speaker. Martha Shumba is determined to live her life at her own terms, without being restricted by race, religion, politics, or social statuses.
She is a resourceful and accomplished individual with 7 years’ comprehensive leadership, business development, procurement, project management and organisational experience in fast-paced environments. She has diverse tier-one customer relations experience, and she is effective in providing administrative and corporate social responsibility support activities compliant to department’s mission and procedures.
With a diverse range of stakeholder management experiences which she accumulated over a period of five years’ in the corporate sector while overseeing the implementation of new technology and systems, running workshops and training sessions, Martha is a well-known motivational speaker and Founder of the She-Dad Foundation, an organisation that focuses on the upbringing of an African boy child. Her commitment to tackling African young people’s challenges actively has seen her being featured in diverse media like SABC, Good Morning Africa and many others. She dreams to see African young men fulfilling their full potential in life and to have a ICT hubs in all African countries to take the boy child empowerment to the rest of Africa.
She is the head of Entrepreneurship: Women & Youth Committee of the Pan African Information Communication Technology (PAICTA) an association that seeks to act as a digital-transformative body in the interest of ICT SMMEs through meaningful engagement with their respective governments, corporates, multinationals, private organisations and the African Union.
She founded, “ The Bread Basket”, a networking platform for Zimbabwean business owners, self- employed, students & Intellectuals in Diaspora to engage and sell their products, services, skills, an info-desk for referrals should any opportunity arise. It is aligned to the Federation of Micro Business Zimbabwe whose objective is to support and empower SMMEs in Zimbabwe and those who wish to start businesses in Zimbabwe.
Inspired by her love for Africa and creating solutions for African problems , a united Africa and determined to see African riches benefiting African people it is no surprise that Martha is a talk show host at Radio54panoramaLive, a continental radio station, where she tackles social issues faced by Africans and coming up with bankable or economic solutions to each problem, thus Creating a Better Afrika. She has held the membership of Organization of African youth since 2011 and inducted as organizing secretary in 2013. She was promoted to Chairperson of the organization in 2015 where she was involved in passion projects that help the youth eradicate poverty, crime and substance abuse. E.g. Food Growing projects that train communities to grow their own food, she recruited over 500 youth during her tenure.