- Khanyi Moshia is a copywriter and community manager
- She's also the co-founder of NPO Femi9ne Empowerment
- The NPO's mission is to groom young girls to blossom
For Johannesburg-based Khanyi Moshia, achieving success isn't enough — she's on a mission to inspire young girls to succeed as well.
The copywriter and community manager holds a BA in Corporate Communications, according to @SheSouthAfrica, a Twitter page that shares inspiring women stories.
Her side hustle is being a mixologist for her mobile bar company, Briefly.co.za gathered.
@SheSouthAfrica further describes her as someone who's passionate about female empowerment. She believes women should be the masters of their own destiny.
It is this belief that inspired her to co-found Femi9ne Empowerment, a nonprofit organisation. According to its Facebook page, it is committed to:
...laying a solid foundation by grooming young girls, in all aspects of womanhood so that they too can grow and blossom.
Femi9ne Empowerment runs several programmes aimed at helping girls in need, including donating toiletry packs to schools. This is Khanyi's advice to young women:
Don’t let society box you into what they think you should be. Whether it’s school, career or life - do whatever you want that’ll make you happy.
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