Tracey Muradzikwa has 5 years of experience working at the Judiciary Service Commission in Zimbabwe. She was a Research Assistant for a research conducted by the Centre for Sexualities, AIDS & Gender (CSA&G) based at the University Of Pretoria, South Africa, entitled ” The Lived Experiences and Social Support Needs of Pregnant Women and Neonates in Hurungwe District, Zimbabwe”. Previously, she had been working at the United Nations World Food Programme as an intern. In 2018 she graduated at the University of Zimbabwe with a Masters in international relations and is currently a PhD student at the University of Witwatersrand, South Africa. Her thesis is entitled “State Law and Women in Chieftaincy Crisis: a Case of Nswazi Village, Zimbabwe”. Her area of expertise is gender and healthcare studies, African history, and rural governance.