Charity Wadzanai Masuka
Birthday: August 1st, 1964
Education: Masters of Business Administration
Please describe your vision of a world that works for everyone.
I have a vision of a world that encourages poorer countries to grow their economies so that they can have more money to improve the lives of their own people. A world where the world trade is played on a level playing field.
What do you see as the most pressing problems facing the world today?
The most pressing problems in the world today are wars, poverty and diseases.
How do you feel these problems could best be solved?
I fee that the problems can only be solved if people pray and humble themselves before God and seek His face and turn away from their wicked ways; then God would hear and heal the world.
I am a Zimbabwean Christian lady. I was once married but divorced. I have never thought of remarrying as I have been concentrating on my studies. I completed my Masters Degree in March 2006. I am a guardian to four dependents (not my children) whom I am assisting in education and in their well being. I am currently employed by the Central Bank of Zimbabwe as an Exports Facilitator. I have gained lots of leadership experience with the Central Bank and I believe that enrolling with the International Institute for Global Leadership will further enhance my leadership skills. I am a believer in Christ and my personal interests are being involved in serving God in whatever capacity I can, listening to and sharing the Word of God, and listening to gospel music. My favourite books are Christian books especially those written by Bishop David Oyedepo, Bishop T.D. Jakes, Joyce Meyer and Benny Hinn. My dream is to develop the lives of the less privileged people in the society through assisting them with their education and taking care of their welfare.