Françoise Kpeglo Moudouthe is a pan-African feminist with a fierce commitment to women’s rights and social justice. She played an instrumental role in incubating Girls Not Brides (now the leading civil society partnership to end child marriage) globally and in Africa. She now works as an international consultant on advocacy, strategy development and movement-building for women’s rights. She is a member of the Board of the Malala Fund, and serves as a Strategic Advisor to WATHI (a think tank that empowers West African citizens to play a transformative role in their countries’ policies) and Population Works Africa (a collective of consultants working to decolonize international development). Françoise is a daughter of Cameroon, a French national and, currently, a resident of Morocco.