Pamela Zintatu Ntshanga is a South African national who has lived and worked in over 10 countries in four continents. She attended Rhodes University, South Africa where she obtained degrees in Journalism and International Relations. Pamela and her family moved to Harare from Addis Ababa in August 2016.  She has two children at Harare International School.

Passionate about governance and policy, Pamela has worked in various school boards and as Chairperson of the Board of Governors at the International Community School of Addis Ababa with a student population of 930, she oversaw the reaccreditation of the school; the drafting and implementation of a new strategic plan; the introduction of the Primary Years Programme. Pamela managed a $20 million facilities budget; supervised the construction of a new classroom block, an amphitheatre and a sports centre; recruited a new School Director and introduced applicable and updated school policies.

Pamela has spent the past 18 years working in socio-economic research, landmine removal programmes, and communications as well as in humanitarian programmes.