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Tendayi is the CEO and Founder of Born To Shine; a Women Empowerment Organization that believes women are born to shine. She is committed to raising and empowering women to be influential, extraordinary, and strong and be responsible and accountable for every aspect of their life as they recognise and embrace their identity and purpose in life.
She is a Motivational Speaker, Author, Registered Nurse, Pastor, Coordinator and Broadcaster for Zimbabwe Radio Program on Canberra Multicultural Service Radio Station. Tendayi is the Owner and Host of Born To Shine Inspirational Talk Shows. She is a Board Member of Migrant and Refugee Settlement Services and ACT Multicultural Council.
Tendayi is a recipient of multiple accolades including being the Finalist Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Government Woman of The Year Award 2022; Inductee in the Honour’s Roll ACT 2022; ABC Multicultural Community Champion Award Winner 2021, Community Spirit Awards; Community Champion Award Winner Zimbabwe Achievers Awards (ZAA) 2019, Finalist Service One Alliance Bank Do Good Community Award 2020.
Her organization, Born To Shine is the Award Winner for the ACT Multicultural Community Champion Award 2020 and ZAA Community Organisation of the Year 2019.
Tendayi’s dedication to her community has been acknowledged widely through awards such as the African Australian Community Ambassador Award 2018, African Australian Community Initiatives Award Winner 2016, Alliance Bank Do Good 2018 Outstanding Achievement Award Finalist and a UN Peace Keeping Mission Medal Recipient.
She contributes to community events and forums as a guest speaker and panelist and has featured on ABC National Radio, Canberra Christian Radio and Canberra Multicultural Service Radio Station.
She is the host for women and family centered events as she is passionate about helping others to live a purposeful and meaningful life and firmly believes that, “The challenges we face in life are not meant to break us but make us stronger”. Her community work empowering women and advocating for social justice bears testimony to that.