I was born in South Africa and am an avid book lover and animal rights activist. I adhere to a strong set of morals and am what one calls a ‘ thought leader’ , literally delving the depths of challenges to find appropriate solutions to problems. I studied at University of Kwazulu Natal obtaining a Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting and was a bursary student of Ingwe Colliers (a subsidiary of BHP Biliton). I was a volunteer news reader and Journalist for BAY TV station and in the course of my journalist work created a platform for the voices of young adults, that come from disadvantaged backgrounds in the rural communities of Kwazulu Natal, to be heard. I served as the Director of TaMaR South Africa, a pro Israeli Jewish Advocacy group for young adults and in the course of my work arranged two Nights to Honour Israel with His Majesty, King Goodwill Zwelithini and Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi as guest speakers respectively. I also briefly served on the Kwazulu Natal Zionist council as a board member. I also arranged many events for young Jewish adults to connect them to Judaism. I participated in Model NATO Youth summit visiting the NATO headquarters as a Journalist in Brussels, Belguim and won the Best Journalist coverage award. As a member of the Rotary E-Club of South Africa One I was selected to represent the district as a peace scholar at a Peace conference in Hawaii, USA. I was invited to participate in the Youth Dialogue Forum held in Cape Town organized by the Parliamentary Millennium Program, a program that is driven by Parliament of the Republic of South Africa where I served on the education commission and plenaries. I was an Israeli Government fellow and worked at the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Jerusalem in the unit to combat deligitimisation. I spent many years volunteering at the Empangeni SPCA and have experience raising calves and farming goats and sheep.