Nobukhosi Zulu was a 2016-17 UCLA Law-Sonke Health and Human Rights Fellow. A Zimbabwean national, Zulu earned an LL.B. at University of KwaZulu-Natal in 2012. In 2013, she conducted research with a focus on economic development and governance systems. In 2014, Zulu began articling at Lawyers for Human Rights, where she worked in the refugee and migrant rights clinic. Her work centered on a project with former and current Mozambican migrant mine workers and their families in rural Mozambique. Zulu has also worked with a Zimbabwe-based NGO that provides sexual and reproductive health education resources and sanitary supplies to girls. Her interests include gender equality, sexual and reproductive rights, migration, and economic justice. At UCLA, Zulu focused her research on migration and human rights issues as they relate to women and children.