My name is Pauline Dana and l am 23 years old. l am a fun loving person who enjoys travelling and and meeting different people of different backgrounds and races. l enjoy art in general, mainly decorating and designing. Pauline enjoys listen to music in her spare time especially jazz, soul and rythm and blues .l love swimming, playing tennis and dancing.
Currently l am working at Sandevan Holdings PVT (LTD) as a Personal Assistant to the Director of the company. l am also in the process of enrolling for a human resources course with the Institute of People Management Zimbabwe. l am also doing refresher workshops for and on behalf of Zimbabwe Youth Council and the Ministry of Youth, Empowerment and Indigenization in partnership with the BOOST Fellowship on Leadership and Entrepreneurship, in order to be equiped to go and train the people that were given loans by the ministry how to start businesses and manage their funds. l am also a member of the Daring Damsiles, a group under PROWEB(Professional Women Executive Business Forum), were we have workshops and activities on how to empower the girl child.
The reason why l am entering Face of Zimbabwe is because l am a proudly born and bred Zimbabwean who wants to be an ambassador of the country and let the world know what a beautiful country Zimbabwe is. I also want to create a platform were Zimbabwe can be truly known for what it is and not the wrong reasons the rest of the world tends to know it for. l would also want to enter Face of Zimbabwe because l will be able to interact with different people and get peoples perspective about different things.
l have been involved in various charity organizations. l have been a member of the Hatfield United Methodist Church Community Service Organization since 2002. In this organization, we go around our community helping the less privileged with clothes and groceries, and at times we clean up the yards and house of the old and disabled. We also visit Matthew Rusike Children’s Home twice every year and give them hampers. After my studies at Africa University last year, l was doing voluntary work for a non-governmental organization called Dumela, were we were based in Mabvuku/Tafara, helping the people who were relocated by the Operation Murambatsvina Campaign. Early this year we went on behalf of the Daring Damsiles/PROWEB Women to Bumhudzo Old Peoples Home in Chitungwiza were we spent the day cleaning up the place, talking with the people who stay there and later had some drama play with them.
l love Zimbabwe for the obvious reason that l am privileged to be a Zimbabwean. l also love Zimbabwe because it’s a peaceful country, that tries to solve its own problems without engaging the outer parties when its not necessary. l love Zimbabwe because it’s got diverse cultures that are fascinating and interesting. Zimbabwe is a warm welcoming country that one can experience the different weather it has to offer, from the warm sunshine to the raining waters or l just love the rainy season. Not only does my country have intriguing wildlife, it also has the majestic tourist attractions that are unique and can never be seen or imitated anywhere. l also love Zimbabwe because of its rich and vast mineral resources.
Finally, l love Zimbabwe because it’s my mother land that has moulded me to be the responsible, loving and beautiful lady that l am today.