Isabella Matambanadzo is an international feminist consultant, writer, and researcher from Zimbabwe with in-depth professional experience in 37 African countries. In 2019, she designed Action Aid International’s Guidance Framework for Working with Women’s Rights Organisations. The tool addresses power dynamics and accountability between the International Non-Governmental Organisation and their implementing partners operating at the community/country level. She has contributed to numerous publications, including “Facing the Future Together”, a special report by former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan’s Special Task Force on Women, Girls and HIV and AIDS from a women’s right perspective. Isabella Matambanadzo was named one of 11 women on the frontline of defending women’s human rights in Zimbabwe by Amnesty International. She is a Summa cum Laude graduate of her alma maters Rhodes University and the Harare Polytechnic. She studied at the Said Business School at Oxford and has a master’s degree in Business Administration from the Women’s University in Africa.