Linda Malima is a humanitarian professional passionate about serving people in rural communities. Mainly, she works towards poverty alleviation and social justice, thereby retreating human suffering, and she believes that “The well-being of one is the responsibility of all.” Linda graduated from the University of Malawi in 2022 with a Bachelor’s Degree in the Arts (Humanities), specializing in Philosophy and Psychology. Moreover, she holds a certificate in Paralegals’ online course obtained in July 2023 from the Dullah Omar Institute, University of Western Cape. Linda has two years of cumulative working experience; she started her career by working as a part-time intern with Chipembere Community Development Organization (CCDO); she also worked as a teacher (class supervisor) at Lewis Chikhwaza Academy, Kondanani Children’s Village, and she has been working as a full time Projects Coordinator/ Assistant Programs Manager at CCDO in Youth and Women’s Economic Empowerment program driving the Sustainable Development Goal number one and 3 (SDGs 1 and 3). With the knowledge and skills obtained from her studies and various vocations, Linda has expertise in teaching, psychosocial counseling, Monitoring, and Evaluation, particularly in conducting qualitative research. Linda collates her diverse expertise in fighting for the welfare of people in various communities. Currently, she is a Weaver-in-Residence for the African Change-makers Network, and she is thrilled to be a CorpsAfrica Volunteer to advance Community Led Development (CLD).