She loves to take long walks, is an Aquarius and an introvert, but also one who can be very charming when she wants to.
The lover of food, art, and music, is building a legacy of being known as a kind and trustworthy hardworking lady.
Doreen Nalumu, the Business Analyst at Outbox defines women’s day/month as a time to celebrate women and their achievements.
“Every woman out there who is a champion for equality-generational equality should be recognised not just in the month of March, but every month of the year, and every day," says the lover of literature.
The Business Analyst goes ahead to encourage fellow women to lift each other up instead of tearing and crippling, saying; “We are already marginalised as women by the social and economic structures and we contribute so much more than what is recognised.”
She has learned to be assertive and intentional, not forgetting that one cannot pour from an empty cup, words of knowledge she picked from Grace Amme.
The “off-key singer on good days,” encourages more women to join tech. Doreen believes that opportunities should be created for girls and women to participate in tech, as well as encouraging them to step into the tech waters from as early as elementary school, by beseeching them that they are smart enough and able to participate in this field.
Asked to recognise and appreciate a gentleman doing a great job in regards to women having safe spaces, Doreen was thrilled to front her husband, appreciating him for the support and encouragement he has accorded her to become a better person.
At another glance
QN: What is the greatest lesson life has taught you and how do you keep heads high amidst life’s hurdles?
ANS: Pray, Live, and let live.
QN: What question would you like to ask fellow women out there that you think needs to be addressed?
Work-life balance, Is it a myth or not?
QN: What’s that one app you have on your phone, never use but you will still not delete.