Martha Chilongoshi is a Journalist and communication for development professional working for mHub, a technology incubation hub where she manages democracy and governance related Projects working to strengthen the capacity of Civil Society Organizations on the use of technology to treat and manage their election data and effectively engage with Election Management Institutions for real time responses to incidents during elections. She loves to travel, read, is passionate about Africa and advocates for safe spaces and more women-focused content in today’s information society. She has played a leading role in representing young people in Zambia by facilitating and contributing to several working groups and forums on Internet policy research and in Africa as a panellist at the annual Forum on Internet Freedom in Africa, hosted by the Collaboration on International ICT Policy in East and Southern Africa (CIPESA) and as a panellist at the African Internet Governance Forum (AFIGF) co-hosted by the African Union. Martha has also facilitated trainings on Technology and democracy for Civil Society Organizations in West Africa as well as in Southern Africa. She is driven by a belief that while technology and ICTs are neutral in their function, it is important to probe whether they are implemented with a gendered perspective and more specifically if the internet is utilized and treated equitably between men and women. Her goal is to amplify women’s voices & contribute to an information society and ICT sector that is informed by a gender perspective in order to promote equality.