Her active role in the African Feminist Forum and Ugandan feminist forum helped shape both of these spaces. She was a constant voice for progression, and knew that the future of the feminist movement relied on inclusion.
Marren was the Executive Director of the Eastern African Sub-regional Support Initiative for the Advancement of Women (EASSI), a feminist organisation that was founded in 1996 to monitor how governments in the region implemented the 12 critical areas of concern of the Beijing Platform for Action. She helped sustain feminist spaces on the continent with an immense passion and commitment to her feminist Ideals and it was easy for those who met her to see the feminist spirit within her.
Her voice, her energy and her passion will be greatly missed.
Rest Well, Marren, you have made an indelible mark