Enock is a public health and policy specialist, health management consultant and development practitioner with more than 20 years working experience covering broad public health and various thematic areas. He holds an MSc Public Health from London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), UK; Masters in Business Administration; BSc Hons Psychology; Diploma in Nursing Science and Postgraduate Certificate in Health Management and Leadership. He Works as an Independent Health and Management Consultant covering Zimbabwe and the UK and currently sits on the Reference Group committee of the Africa Evidence Network and serve as an Alumni Ambassador for London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
He previously served on the World Health Organisation Zimbabwe WISN Steering committee (2014-15) and Zim-SADC Parliamentary forum Technical Working group on Gender and Family planning (206-17). Enock is a member of the Royal Society for Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Development Practitioners Network of Zimbabwe, and Africa Disability Research Alliance. He has received the LSHTM Amanda Jaclyn Berger prize for his MSc research, JCI Zimbabwe 2019 Ten Outstanding Young Persons in Zimbabwe in Personal Improvement category, Zimbabwe Achievers Awards UK Chairman’s award and British Foreign and Commonwealth Chevening Volunteers Gold award (2019) and is a Chevening Alumni.