Mildred Chirwa is a certified entrepreneur, social worker, and volunteer enthusiast. She is the Founder and Owner of Drez Fashions, which designs and makes custom-made clothes, footwear, and accessories. Mildred works as a volunteer Business Coach under Grace Machel Trust- Creating Wealth Program. She also volunteers as an advocate for Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) among adolescents at the Family Planning Association of Malawi. Building on this experience, she co-founded SRHR Forum which aims at disseminating SRHR information among adolescents in Malawi. As a young leader, Mildred has worked with organizations like the Commonwealth, World Peace Organization, and Network for Youth Development on issues to do with education, leadership, peacebuilding, entrepreneurship, and SRHR among young women. Mildred is a 2017 mentee under the Commonwealth Young Women Mentorship Scheme and a nominee for the Kumvana Fellowship under Engineers Without Borders Canada. Mildred holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Arts- Humanities majoring in Social Philosophy from the University of Malawi, Chancellor College.