Program Associate for East Africa, CREA
Hazel is a feminist, lawyer with a background in women’s economic justice, a founding member of the Youth for Tax Justice Network, and is a member of the UNDP Africa Borderland Centre Grant Award Committee for 2021.
She currently works as a program associate for East Africa at CREA, a feminist international human rights organization based in the Global South and led by women from the Global South. Her work cuts across the strategic objectives and building and expanding the presence of CREA in East Africa. Her responsibilities include close coordination with partners in Uganda, Kenya, and Rwanda and co-implementation of CREA capacity building, feminist leadership, and advocacy efforts in East Africa.
Hazel holds a Bachelor of Laws from Makerere University and a Post Graduate Diploma in Taxation and Revenue Administration from the East African School of Tax and is currently pursuing a Masters of Arts in Gender Studies at Makerere University.
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