raised in Malawi, and has worked in different areas, such as accounting, marketing, administration, and now education. She loves what she does.
She says that the best part about teaching and mentoring is the change and the progress that comes when people have learned something new. People are meant to discover new things every day, and mentoring helps people achieve that.
Thoko says, “After experiencing different areas of work, I think mentoring is a fulfilling profession. I am so grateful for the opportunity that Mentors International is giving me. Just as much as I love teaching, I also love learning, and I am currently working on obtaining a bachelor’s degree in applied health from Brigham Young University.”