Innocentia is a Zimbabwean-born human rights lawyer whose work focuses on advocating for the rights of persons with disabilities in Africa. Having earned a Law degree from the University of the Witwatersrand in 2010, Innocentia was awarded the Open Society Disability Rights Scholarship in 2013 which enabled her to study towards a Masters in International and Comparative Disability Law and Policy at National University of Ireland, Galway. This laid the groundwork for her to advance and foster the formulation, implementation, and domestication of disability rights on the continent, including the rights of persons with albinism. Her contribution in albinism has included providing research support to the UN Independent Expert on Albinism, editing the first journal on economic, social, and cultural rights of persons with albinism in Southern Africa and supporting countries in the development of their National Action Plans. Innocentia is currently pursuing her PhD studies at the University of the Witwatersrand and she is an Atlantic Fellow for Health Equity in Tekano. Innocentia is also a human rights and capacity building consultant for the Africa Albinism Network, her work includes making submissions to treaty motoring bodies, special mechanisms, and other human rights organs at both the Africa Union and United Nations levels on issues affecting persons with albinism on the continent.