Alice D. Kanengoni is a feminist development practitioner with over 20 years of experience advocating for social justice, gender justice and women’s rights on the African continent. She has served in regional organisations in roles providing strategic leadership, programme design & management, grant-making, advocacy and communications, accountability and learning. Alice has successfully led the design and implementation of a number of power-shifting strategies and interventions towards women’s economic justice, including strategies to support self-organizing movements of domestic workers, women informal and cross-border traders, rural women farmers and young women – among other marginalized groups in Africa. Her research and knowledge generation work has contributed towards shaping Afro-centric discourses on feminist macroeconomics, inclusive health and education among others. She is passionate about feminist and liberatory knowledge management praxis and has contributed to the body of knowledge challenging inequalities and poverty on the African continent. Alice earned tertiary level qualifications in Arts, Media & Communications, Executive & Team Coaching and Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning.