Tshengi is self - driven and very passionate about uplifting vulnerable groups of people. She is an ardent believer of constitutional rights, gender mainstreaming, socio-economic inclusivity as instruments that can end gender disparity.
An eloquent advocate of the gender and trade agenda, Tshengi is an authentic voice for the marginalized women and youth – a group that is overly represented in the informal sector especially as cross border traders. Tshengi worked extensively a customs officer that made her travel regionally where , she interfaced with MSMEs women traders economic activities at various border posts.
She later joined the private sector and was the Liaison Person between government and the Logistic Industry.
Her wealth of experience emanating from government, private sector and civic society has made her a natural trainer and consultant in the context of gender and trade.
She has contributed immensely in policy formulation that is reflective of the gender dimension. . Her business acumen has seen Tshengi sit in various boards of successful companies. The government of Zimbabwe through the advocacy of women like Tshengi reversed two statutory instruments that were set to have negative impact on women
In November 2019 Tshengi was part of the first UN Working Group on Discrimination against Women and Girls that was held in Addis Ababa after participating in the Global Governance Programme on Services and SDGs organized by Robert Schuman Centre of Advanced Studies in Florence ,Italy.
Tshengi is the Founder of the Organisation of Women in International Trade Zimbabwe and its current President. OWITZIMBABWE continues to research on the trade and gender issues and offers consultancy and training services on business and customs issues to Women Owned Businesses and Micro Small and Medium Enterprises.