Fayroes worked for the Department of Health for over 20 years, as a senior administrative clerk within the Human Resource Management section, specifically recruitment and selection up until March 2014. In this time, she received a Long Service Award for her services within the Health sector. She took a leap of faith, by entering the academic world as a full-time student, in order to complete a four-year Bachelor of Laws (LLB) at the University of the Western Cape and graduated in 2018. She has a NDip and Btech qualification in Human Resource Management, which she obtained at the Cape University of Technology in 2002. She was selected into a prestigious full scholarship programme at the university in 2018, as Graduate Lecturer Assistant, to complete her Master in Laws. Her passion for labour law, drove her to pursue her thesis in Mercantile Law and Constitutional Law, Workplace Bullying: An evaluation of the legal framework on workplace bullying in South Africa: Need for reform? During the next two years, she was also a Tutor within the Faculty of Criminal Justice until 2019. Additionally, she completed her Practical Legal Training from the University of Cape Town in 2019. She worked on contract as a Research Assistant at the university, where she collaborated to published a booklet Sex Workers Rights & Covid-19, and assisted lecturers with various book publications research. Presently, on a year contract as a Tutor in EED Law 101 for the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. Previously, served on MANCO and an Office Bearer (Deputy Chairperson and Treasurer) for the Union, managing their finances and budget. She also ventured into Radio as a presenter for Workers World. Fayroes joins the HERS-SA team as the Project Coordinator as from June 2021 on a year contract to assist with administrative and event management projects. She believes that the sky’s the limit and one should never stop learning and as women we should never give up and as nothing is impossible and everything is possible.