Sepiso is a recent graduate from the University of Edinburgh, where she earned a Master's degree in Africa and International Development. Sepiso is a passionate researcher with a keen interest in youth empowerment. Her multifaceted understanding of development research through her experiences as a research subject, a researcher, and an implementer of community development projects, has ignited her passion for conducting research that amplifies the voices of young people and shapes policy and practice in International Development. Prior to joining Restless Development, Sepiso was finalising a book chapter for an edited book titled "Transformative Leadership: Timeless and Timebound Practices for Young People in African Contexts." Sepiso’s Book chapter explored the role of Higher education in Creating transformative leaders who can lead socio-economic change in sub-Saharan Africa.
Sepiso has been engaged in youth movements and previously founded Youth Alive Africa. She has also co-founded SEVN a community of young people in Tanzania aimed at creating safe space for mental health discussions.