Constancia Mavodza is from Harare, Zimbabwe. She attended Amherst College for her undergrad studies and holds an MPH from the University of Cape Town (UCT), where she attended as a MasterCard Foundation Scholar and specialized in Health Systems and Policy Research. She identifies as an afrofeminist and endeavors to use a gender lens to explore health systems. She spends her academic and professional career generating evidence for programs and policy development and implementation. Constancia recently completed her one-year Global Health Corps (GHC) fellowship as the Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) Research Analyst at the Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE) were she co-authored the report “PRESCRIBING CHAOS IN GLOBAL HEALTH: The Global Gag Rule from 1984-2018”. She is a member of the MasterCard Foundation’s Learning Partnership Advisory Group and is currently working with in Harare with the Biomedical Research Training Institute on community-based HIV interventions for adolescents.