Facilitates at Mzilikazi High School

“I am a man from the past, walking in the present and stepping into the future”

Bramwell’s life policy “Educate them today and they will lead tomorrow” led him to the realization that there is a huge need to equip youth with leadership and entrepreneurial skills- and so his affiliation with Lead Us Today. he expects to improve his leadership skills and create a platform for Zimbabwean youth empowerment.



Facilitates at Founders High School

“Leaders who last not only last but they build something that will outlive them”

Clarence is a 23 year old motivational speaker and preacher. He is the founder of Frontline Movement International, an organization which aids the youth in identifying and nurturing their unique talents and abilities. He joined Lead Us Today as he believes the opportunity will help shape his career. He hopes to become a respectable leader.


Facilitates Eveline Girls High School

Gugulethu Mlambo Ngwenya did her high schooling at the Dominican Convent and Mpopoma High School; after which she proceeded to study Business Administration with UNISA (University of South Africa). She lived and worked in South Africa for 8 years; and on her return, found a great opportunity with Lead Us Today to work with young Zimbabweans in addressing the common challenges in our communities. Her experiences out of the country made her realise that leaving home is not always the best solution to the challenges we face; hence her burning desire to urge and encourage young Zimbabweans to come up with innovative ways of addressing common issues.


Facilitates at Nkulumane High School

27 year old Hazel is a cosmetics entrepreneur with diplomas in Financial Accounting, Public Relations and Banking. She completed her high school at Montrose Girls High and proceeded to the Bulawayo Polytechnic College. She worked with the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe for 5 years and has had vast experience in state projects. She joined Lead Us Today because she enjoys working with young people and to gain skills that will assist her in furthering her business.



Facilitates at King George VI Memorial School

“Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgement that something is more important than fear itself”

19 year old Michaela is a gap year student intending to pursue a social science degree. During high school, she was involved in Interact and was the Junior Mayoress of the Bulawayo Junior City Council. She is passionate about women empowerment and youth social responsibility. Her hobbies include dancing, swimming and playing cricket.



Facilitates at Maranatha Adventist High School

“A musician must make music, an artist must paint, a poet must write, if he is to be ultimately at peace with himself. What a man can be, he must be”

Ngqabutho Ndlovu is a young man who has his eyes set on becoming a Chartered Accountant and is a motivational speaker. He is currently studying at the National University of Science and Technology (NUST) and is an active member of the NUST Debate Society. His interest in leadership and community development has led him to Lead Us Today, where he expects to become part of a bigger movement for progressive change.


Facilitates at King George VI Memorial School (Bulawayo)

“Be the change that you would want to see in the world”

Nonhlanhla Xaba is a teacher at King George VI Memorial School, a school for physically handicapped students. Through her association with Lead Us Today, she aspires to make people realise that the handicapped are very capable of doing anything they set their minds to, as well as helping the disabled to recognize that they too have a responsibility to their communities. She is married with three sons.




Facilitates at Mpopma High School

“We must be the change we wish to see in the world”

Born on 24 December 1994, Pearl grew up in Mpopoma, Bulawayo where he did his primary education at Lukanyiso Primary School. he proceeded to do his secondary education at Mpopoma High School. in 2011, he was awarded a scholarship to study the International Baccalaureate in the United Kingdom. He recently completed the IB in May 2013. He chose to be a Trainee Facilitator with Lead Us Today as he has always wanted to be a leader, and to mobilize people to challenge their problems



Facilitates at St’ Bernards High School

Born on 1 April 1993, in Gweru, Tawanda attended Mambo High School where he completed his O Levels. He then moved to Bulawayo to continue with his A Levels. He is the Founder of “Catch them young, teach them now”, an initiative which facilitates life skills in local primary schools. Tawanda enjoys listening to music and reading



Facilitates at Christian Brothers College

Tichaona is an innovative 23 year old young man and the Founder of Takunda Youth Development Trust. It was founded in 2012, and aims to empower orphans and vulnerable young people to become economically independent. In 2010, he represented Zimbabwe at an international youth summit in Washington DC at the University of Maryland. Tichaona has vast experience in community development which dates back from High School.



Facilitates at Sizane High School

“Live for today because tomorrow is not promised”

Vuyani is a third year student at Lupane State University studying towards and Honours Degree in Language and Communication Studies. His interest in leadership has led him to be a part of Lead Us Today, as an avenue to gain more insight into mobilizing communities for positive change. His hobbies include photography, video-filming, graphic designing and playing chess.