"Because of her interest in people, Vuyiseka chose to study Industrial Psychology and Social Anthropology at the University of Fort Hare. She continued after her undergraduate studies to achieve her Honours and Masters degrees in Social Anthropology. Her Masters research was an investigation of the socio-cultural factors affecting the participation of women in agricultural development.
"Vuyiseka is based at the Alternative Information Development Centre (AIDC). She is involved in research, website content management, social media and general project management support to the One Million Climate Jobs campaign (OMCJ). The OMCJ campaign has been initiated to increase awareness and knowledge of climate change, to strengthen socio-political dialogue, to advance struggles for climate jobs and livelihoods and to develop a strong network of activists within civil society.
"Vuyiseka is interested in the mainstreaming of biodiversity, and would like to become involved in research that connects both the environment and social science fields, while simultaneously working as a community-based conservation practitioner over the course of her career. " 
Resources and articles
- wwf Vuyiseka Majali, organizational web page, accessed November 30, 2014.