Michelle Mutogo works as a consultant for Zimbabwe Women’s Resource Centre and Network. Her duties include; • Strategic Litigation• Leading on advocacy work for issues on inclusion (disability, youth and women)• Disability Training and Management• Parliamentary engagement• Policy analysis and drafting• Trainings on Gender Responsive budgeting to duty bearers• Conducting community dialogues with communities to identify gaps• Creating strategic alliances which will help further the mandate of the organisation• Article writing on legal issues affecting marginalised communities. Before this, she was a Legal Officer at Deaf Zimbabwe Trust. She was the point of contact for issues relating to women and Sexual and Gender based violence. She worked to promote the rights of persons with disabilities through public policy analysis, strategic litigation, provision of legal aid and advocacy. She has conducted court monitoring sessions in Zimbabwe to determine the levels of disability inclusiveness in the justice system and has gone on to engage the Judicial Services Commission with recommendations based on her findings. She ran a project funded by Amplify Change and Restless Development to enhance access to Sexual and Reproductive Health services and knowledge for young people with Disabilities in Zimbabwe.