Dr. Jennifer Batamuliza is the head of the Data Driven Incubation Hub & short professional courses at the African center of excellence Data Science at the University of Rwanda. Former Head of Software Engineering Department and IT lecturer in Information Technology Faculty at Adventist university of Central Africa (AUCA),she is also a teaching assistant at African Center of Excellence Data Science, University of Rwanda, where she teaches Machine learning and computation statistics course, Principles of data science and big data at Masters Level. She is the Vice President of Rwandan Association for Women in Science and Engineering (RAWISE).Founder & CEO RWA TECH HUB social enterprise that mentors and trains high school girls on Technology. She has PHD in Data science -Data Mining (IT). Graduated with a Master’s degree in Engineering in Computer Science and Technology from the University Of Electronics Science and Technology of China (UESTC) and also has a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from University of Rwanda- College of Science and Technology former KIST. She is a DASCA certified Senior Big Data Analyst. She is a researcher and she has published many papers related to Technology in highly ranked journals such as IEEE Transactions on services computing and Information Security Journal : A global Perspective and she is a reviewer for IEEE Transactions on Services computing. She attended the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) program as 2019 Mandela Washington Fellow and did Leadership in Public Management at Arizona State University (ASU) in Arizona State, United States of America. Jennifer is now the Local Engagement Coordinator representing Rwanda in TechGirls program by US Embassy and US Government where she mentors and trains the TechGirls. Jennifer won the Science Leadership award 2022 for promoting girls and women in Science and Technology. The award was awarded to her on International Day for Women and girls in science.