Sandisile provides strategic and creative communications solutions to private and public organizations. She has developed concise research reports as well as various communications products such as technical briefs, conference abstracts, case studies and success stories in addition to various forms of online copy. Currently she is sought for her HIV-related M&E capacity building expertise in East and Southern Africa, is an award winning short story writer, founding editor of AntuAke online magazine, and has curated a personal blog for five years. Sandisile has a record of transforming the M&E capacity of CSOs through the development of M&E frameworks, performance monitoring plans and data communications strategies. She has spearheaded creative evaluations and research using approaches such as a most significant change process to evaluate the impact of a corporate social investment for a large international corporate and the use of mobile technology to improve access to critical health services for disadvantaged young people. She has been involved in the development and field testing of education-sector specific HIV-sensitive indicators in collaboration with the SADC Secretariat and has conducted implementation and outcome evaluations and performance assessments for projects in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Lesotho. Sandisile has a special interest in children orphaned or made vulnerable by HIV and AIDS and serves as an advisor to The Lonely Road Foundation, Vanavevhu (Children of the Soil) and Community Based Prevention and Empowerment Strategies South Africa (COPESSA).