Regina Mary Ndlovu is the Co-founder and Host of My Voice: Albinism the New Era. She is an accomplished actress, motivational speaker, life coach, and a human rights activist. She has written articles, performed in theatres and appeared in the press advocating for people with albinism.
Regina Mary has performed in South African plays and films like “Mama I Want the Black that You Are” (2012), “Mary Mary, Mary” (2015), “Impi Ka Thandazile” (2016) and “Ibala” (2017). She was one of the six African women with albinism who climbed Mount Kilimanjaro under the Climb for Albinism Initiative as a way of challenging the stigma associated with albinism in Africa.
She is passionate about investing in and developing the youth through the use of life skills, education and creative arts, just to mention a few. Regina Mary believes that developing youth with or without albinism will encourage and inspire them not to be held back by the negative circumstances and social ills they are subjected to, but to expand their vision and build their own legacies as she is right now.
Regina Mary Ndlovu is a Young African Leadership Initiative (YALI) Business and Entrepreneurship Development alumnus, a member of the member of the YALI South Africa Chapter Alumni, and member of the United States of America Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs International Exchange Alumni.