Achievers' Bio

Profile of Brave Hearts contributing to Africa's Development

Justina Mutale

Justina Mutale has been acclaimed as one of the most influential and inspirational women of African origin. She is featured among the 365 of Africa’s most respected names, well-known faces, and influential voices who inspire the future, motivate the young generation, and raise the profile to positively alter the perceptions of Africa and Africans around the world.

Justina is the Founder & CEO of POSITIVE RUNWAY: Global Catwalk to Stop the Spread, a worldwide HIV/AIDS response campaign which spans 6 continents spread across the globe. A recipient of numerous international awards, Justina is featured in the BLACK 100+ Hall of Fame, an Exhibition and Legacy of the top 100 Black Achievers in modern Britain. She is also listed on the Black Women in Europe Power List.

A Philanthropist; International Speaker; Humanitarian; HIV/AIDS, Human Rights, Women and Children’s Rights Activist, Justina has been honoured as a Global Official of Dignity; an Ambassador for Peace; UK Humanitarian Ambassador; and Africa Goodwill Ambassador.

Justina serves as Patron, Ambassador, Trustee and Board Member of several humanitarian, community, and charitable organizations in the UK and overseas. She is a member of the Advisory Board of the World Leaders Forum, as well as Honorary Ambassador for Gender Equality and Spokesperson for the International Women’s Think Tank.

Justina has been featured as a Hero in the Capital Finance International Journal, which brings coverage and analysis of the drivers behind change by combining the views of leading multilateral and national organizations with thought leadership from some of the world’s top minds.

Justina is co-author of the “Journey Behind” and is featured in a Hollywood TV documentary, “The Travelling Princess: The Journey of Hope, Love and Humanity”; and in a UK TV documentary on “Eminent African Women”. Justina is also featured in books on “Women Who Are Contributing to the Sustainable Development of the World”, published in Paris and “Women Who Changed Africa”, published in New York.

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Justina Mutale
25 February, 2012