Wynter Oshiberu


Wynter Oshiberu has had a deep curiosity for languages and cultures from a very young age, and as she grew older her curiosity has blossomed into an appreciation for the mutual interests that individuals from various backgrounds share.These interests developed into her passions, thus, she has worked with researchers, academics and thought leaders on various topics pertaining to the well-being and advancement of marginalized communities. She is most passionate about promoting and ensuring quality education for women and girls, especially in lower socio-economic settings and post conflict regions. As an avid language and education enthusiast, she has continued to augment her language skills and believes that technology will play a role in the amelioration of many social and global issues. She believes that your unique story is your strength so share it. Say hello at woshiberu.com

  1. Society
    An Interview with Neema Namadamu: a Warrior of Peace

    Today, 20 February, is World Day of Social Justice. To celebrate, I had the opportunity to sit down and talk with…

  2. Business and Economics
    Time to Talk Numbers

    Women play a key role in the reconstruction and development of a country’s infrastructure, in particular after a political or…

  3. Lifestyle
    What Would You Say to Your 19-Year-Old Self?

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  4. Politics
    This is What Democracy Looks Like

    I started the morning bright and early at 6:40 and headed to Washington D.C. for the Women’s March on Washington.…

  5. New Tech
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    I sat with Derek Fetzer, Co-Founder and Team Leader of Caring Crowd in a quaint café in the Johnson &…

  6. Gender Based Violence
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