Tunu Mleli has seven years’ experience in public relations with a strong background in international Relations. Currently, Tunu is a protocol and public relations officer for the Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau (PCCB) where she manages communication and promotes community education in corruption matters. She also handles official visits and organizing official events. Tunu participates in raising awareness of university and secondary schools students in anti- corruption and holds a Master’s degree in Development Policy for civil society from the University of Bradford, where she conducted research that focused on the contribution of civil society organizations in fighting corruption in Tanzania. Following the end of the Mandela Washington Fellowship, Tunu plans to continue working in engaging and motivating students to actively fight against corruption.