Ruramiso is the founder of Mnandi Africa and is the first woman to become chairperson of the Zimbabwe Farmers Union youth wing. Ruramiso’s primary role is to advocate and lobby for youth and woman participation in agriculture. Upon completing a degree in Agriculture Business Management, Ruramiso worked for one of United Kingdom’s leading agriculture equipment companies. It was during that time Ruramiso realized how the use of equipment and technology could transform agriculture. Upon her return to Zimbabwe she committed herself to transform the image of agriculture. Her work was noticed by AGCO, and she was invited to attend their Africa Summit in Berlin in 2015. After sharing her story, she won an award for influence and leading woman toward mechanization in Africa. In 2016, Ruramiso was selected to participate in the Mandela Washington Fellowship, which is the flagship program of Barak Obama’s Young African Leaders Initiative. Ruramiso was selected to be a panelist at the World Food Prize in Iowa and gave input on the importance of nutrition in Africa.