Ambassadors & Supporters

We are the women, we have been waiting for!

Melene Rossouw

Founder Women Lead Movement | Human Rights Lawyer

Melene is an internationally recognised gender and human rights activist, global public speaker, strategist and changer driver. Some of her accolades include being selected as an Obama Leader.

Uncial Haupt

Candidate Attorney – BPG Attorneys

Having trekked 246km in 2022 to educate and inspire better protection for our coastlines, Uncial is a conservationist at heart who loves a good adventure. Through the law, she hopes to implement and better enforce ocean governance policies.


Bulelwa Adonis

Poet | Writer | Activist

Bulelwa is an activist, poet, writer, and student passionate about ending GBVF and other social injustices. She is the spokesperson of Women For Change and a content producer for our blog.

Amelia Beattie

CEO Liberty Two Degrees

Active sports lover and mom of three girls, loves running and is passionate about making a difference to the retail shopping centre industry in SA.


Veronique Jephtas

Actress | Poet

Veronique Jephtas, born in Paarl, is an actress, poet, writer, director and activist for GBV. Veronique works with various NPO’s to bring awareness around womxn’s issues. She’s a rebel and an apple who doesn’t fall anywhere close to the tree.


Ashleigh v. d. Hoven

Actress | Life Coach

Ashleigh’s purpose in life is to awaken reverence in others and help people heal through story-telling. She is passionate about Women’s Rights because she believes the world has forgotten the sacredness of the feminine and that if this is restored to equality, the world would be a better place for everyone – women, children and men alike.


Ntsiki Mazwai

Poet | Artist | Musician

Ntsiki is a multi-faceted spirit on a mission to change the world. “I live from my heart. I use words and the stage to heal. My truth is brutal. I see me in every woman.”


Mara Glennie

Founder TEARS Foundation

Being a successful business woman after going through a personal trauma, Mara founded one of the largest Anti-GBV Non-Profit Organisation named TEARS Foundation.