Rosella Chibambo is a self-described (dope) feminist media-maker and activist. She uses new media in advocacy and communications campaigns, most recently for the International Campaign to Stop Rape and Gender Violence in Conflict. Born and raised in Calgary, she moved to Ottawa in 2007 to study journalism and law at Carleton University. She has
worked as a reporter from Calgary, Ottawa, Tanzania, and Rwanda.
Rosella hopes to use media to create spaces for and amplify the voices of marginalized communities, and is particularly passionate about expanding definitions of feminism to address diverse movements and struggles. She is Malawrish, or half Malawi and half Irish.
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