Zambian born and a Zimbabwe resident, Jill Day writes on people and lifestyles. In addition to working for the Global Sisters Report, she edits farming and fashion magazines in Zimbabwe and has been nominated as editor of the year in both Zimbabwe and South Africa, where she worked previously. Last year she ghosted a biographical cookery book judged the world's second most entertaining cookbook in the Paris International Cookery Book Award. Day is a member of Soroptimist, an international women's volunteer organization, and serves on the council of St John Ambulance and Harare Children's Home, is a governor of Arundel School and former vice chairman of the National Institute of Allied Arts. She holds a bachelor of arts degree from the Sorbonne and a a post graduate degree (IESP) from the Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris.