Loraine moved from Zimbabwe to the UK in 2002. She Studied Nursing in Learning Disability at Teesside University.
Loraine is a proud mum of 3 beautiful children and happily married. She has a desire to tell the women that empowering women starts right in their families, workplaces and neighbourhoods.
Loraine believes that empowering girls mean healthier families. When girls are educated, healthy, and empowered, families are healthier. We know that when we empower girls, everybody benefits. Girls who are educated, healthy and free can transform their communities and pass on the benefits to their children, and to their children’s children.