Heather Malcomess (Featherstone) of ZWBDC began life as a programmer, moved onto OTT and now works in activism for the net. Heather was born in East London, grew up in Durban and moved to Johannesburg in 2004. She now lives in Cape Town and works in Johannesburg. With over 32 years in technology having started with telefax and then producing her share of growing the net Heather is a boffin at what life online and offline in relation is all about. She has worked as a graphic designer and online journalist moving from Bikers.co.za to ZWBDC.co.za Heather has had experience in ecommerce where she was recognised as 2nd top sales person on BidorBuy.co.za She has sold everything from books to collectables and events. Heather’s experience has included photographic journalism and now documentary short film. Heather digital career has included server rooms, graphic encapsulation, data processing, web design and architecture, online journalism, social media and video processing. In 2014 Heather used Twitter and Facebook to create Social Media in two campaigns, one for social activism and the other for marketing an event. Heather has since carried out 32 online campaigns which have been successful producing off line results. Heather has been an activist and stood for election for Municipal and National votes. She has had experience in writing legislation. Her current campaigns include activism for rail and digital transformation. Heather has been an Entrepreneur as the internet took many years to produce an income and in this field she created Bikers which was a travelling sales store and produced an online magazine called Bikers.co.za Heather’s company ZWBDC Pty Ltd holds over 20 online platforms and is trading as HeathCliff House. Battered Baubles (collectables) and African Book Collector. Together with Tebogo Sewapa Heather created Legal Fellowship which is an Non-profit company deal with women rights, gender issues and legal issues. She is also a member of The South Africa Show non-profit (arts, film, journalism and creativity) and Cybersphere (non-profit for the digital realm).