Elie Chansa is a trained filmmaker with a background of media studies (Mass Communication). He currently works as an information and communication officer voicing the voiceless with a local NGO (PINGO's Forum) based in Arusha, advocating for the rights of pastoralists and hunter-gatherers in Tanzania since 2012. He is further involved in documentation for policy change, both at the national and international levels, whereas his produced contents are showcased in order to enabling a sustainable livelihood for local communities, with his founded brand - InHouse Pictures. Apart from that, he is involved in different youth led institutions and programs, including the World Economic Forum’s Global Shapers Communities – Arusha Hub, currently as a vice curator. He serves as an editor-in-chief for a popular Kiswahili Christian and inspirational weblog in Tanzania, Gospel Kitaa. A co-founder for Maono Foundation – which seeks to invest in youth potential, and since he is tech savvy – he advises on new media technology and train on the same. He loves blending travel and photography, books, speaking for a cause, and indeed a nice cuisine.