Dr Nompilo Ndlovu

Dr Nompilo Ndlovu

Nompilo is a Senior Associate here at The Development Hub.

She is a gender expert and specialist in marginalisation, exclusion and intersecting inequalities. She is an oral historian with over 10 years’ experience applying gender frameworks to her work with communities in South Africa, and elsewhere in Africa. Her Ph.D. (Historical Studies) focused on mass violence, memory and local transitional justice initiatives in post-colonial Zimbabwe. Her wider research interests include socio-economic-political relations (with a focus on exclusion and marginalisation), conflict, peace, trauma, restorative justice and leadership.

Nompilo is an adjunct lecturer at the University of Cape Town, South Africa and has policy and research affiliations with a variety of institutions such as the South African Commission for Gender Equality, the African Leadership Centre, the International Oral History Association, the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change, the ODI, the African Union and the United Nations.

She is also an alumnus of the Geneva Centre for Security Policy; the Canon Collins Trust; the African Leadership Centre where she completed the Peace and Security Fellowship for African Women; as well as a Women’s Funding Network Bridge Builder.

You can access Nompilo’s CV here.