Richard Ezra holds a Bachelor of Science in Gender and Development from Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources. He is a dedicated social worker, gender activist, and proficient qualitative researcher. His professional history is rooted in community service, exemplified by roles such as Programs Officer at Supportive Pillar Organization, where he oversaw all organizational projects. He also served as a Resources Mobilization Officer at Change Makers Youth Organization, managing activities related to fundraising. Additionally, he contributed to the Network for Youth Development as a Monitoring and Evaluation intern, supporting the M&E officer in tracking and assessing the Young Women Can Do It Project’s performance. Richard’s commitment to youth advocacy is evident through his involvement with Katantha Youth Club, addressing issues like substance abuse, early marriages, and sexual and reproductive health. He is also an active member of the Students for LIBERTY-UNIMA Chapter, advocating for student concerns in public universities. Furthermore, Richard is a member and champion of United People Global, an organization based in Geneva, dedicated to advancing the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. His extensive experience and education provide a solid foundation for his future endeavors with CorpsAfrica, ensuring efficiency and effectiveness in his contributions.