Rosemary is a student presbyter, currently studying part time at Queens Foundation College. She is also a senior ward sister working for the NHS Trust hospital in Essex. Rosemary grew up in Zimbabwe where she attended Midlands State University, University of Zimbabwe and then Anglia Ruskin University in Essex. She holds a Dip Ed, Grad CE and BSc (Hons) Nursing (Adult). She taught in various high schools abroad and locally. She worked as a volunteer with the Musasa project, a non-governmental organisation which deals with issues of violence against women and girls. She advocated for gender equality, girl child and women's rights, a role which made her unpopular with traditionalists who criticised and accused her of violating traditional and cultural beliefs. She is involved with the Daisy Project, providing advocacy and support for inpatients in domestic violence relationships. She is passionate about social justice, youth and woman ministries.
She is a local preacher and is one of the founding members of the Zimbabwe Methodist Fellowship in the UK. Her previous positions include church steward, music ministry organising secretary and women's fellowship chairperson. She loves singing, watching detective movies and listening to motivational speakers.
Having responded to God's call, she is looking forward to the challenges and privileges of ministry in the midst of God's people and globally.