Koliwe Majama is a Zimbabwean media, information, communications and technologies consultant with over 15 years experience working in civil society lobby and advocacy. As a trained journalist with a diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication, Koliwe has practiced as both a print and broadcast journalist in Zimbabwe. She also holds a BSc in Media and Society Studies from Zimbabwe’s Midlands State University in Zimbabwe and is alumni of the African School on Internet Governance. In her recent past position of ten years, as Programme Officer at the Media Institute of Southern Africa’s Zimbabwe Chapter, Koliwe was prominently involved in internet governance processes in her country through research and multi-stakeholder engagement. In the region and globally she has invested in networking and thought leadership on varying internet governance trends, including gender and the internet –which she has a passion for. As a consultant, she is for the second year running, coordinating the African School on Internet Governance and engaged with Zimbabwean media civil society organisations in ICT policy and programming.