Caroline Dimingu is a lecturer in the department of Humanities and Social Science at Zimbabwe Ezekiel Guti University. She holds a Master of Arts in Religious Studies (UZ, 2013), BA Hons in Religious Studies (UZ, 2011) and a Post Graduate Diploma in Education (LSU, 2015). In addition to her teaching experience, she has maintained membership in various professional organisations. She is the current vice secretary of Forum for African Women Educationalists Zimbabwe (Fawezi). She is also a member of European Research Network on Global Pentecostalism (Glopent) and Zimbabwe Academic and Non-Fiction Authors Association (ZANA Bindura Chapter). Her research interest is contemporary issues in Systematic Theology, Transformative Feminist liberation theology, Religion, gender sensitivity and women’s rights. The study of theology brings her passion for justice and dignity. She received an award of the researcher of the year from Zimbabwe Ezekiel Guti University in 2017. She has published several book chapters and research articles in high-impact journals.