Kyambadde Robinah Salinge is a young feminist born and raised in Uganda. She holds a Masters Degree in International Relations and Diplomacy from Mount Kenya University and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Social Sciences from Kyambogo University Uganda. She is the head of the girls’ programme as well as the M&E officer at YWCA Rwanda. Robinah has extensive knowledge in gender, advocacy, fundraising, financial education, young women empowerment and sexual reproductive health and rights. She has participated in the 59th Commission on the Status of Women in New York in 2015, providing valuable insight in the Gender is my Agenda consultative meeting (GIMAC) in 2015 in Ethiopia, the Beijing +20 review meeting in 2014 in Ethiopia, the African Union 22nd and 24th heads of government summit in Ethiopia, international training institute on sexual reproductive health and rights and HIV in Arusha Tanzania in 2014 and the international conference on AIDS and STI’s in Africa in 2013 in Cape Town South Africa. She has liaised with policy makers, civil society organisations in East Africa and engaged men and women in contributing to women empowerment. She enjoys reading and possesses solid interpersonal and exceptional communication skills.