Eng. Jennifer Batamuliza is a lecturer of IT at the Adventist University Of Central Africa (AUCA) and she is a PhD candidate in Data Mining (IT) at the University of Rwanda. She graduated with a Master’s degree in Engineering in Computer Science and Technology from the University Of Electronics Science and Technology of China and has a Bachelor’ s degree in Computer Engineering from University of Rwanda- College of Science and Technology former KIST. Jennifer is a researcher and she has published many papers related to Technology in highly ranked journals and she is a reviewer of IEEE Transactions on Services computing. She is also a member of various women-oriented organizations : RAWISE as a vice president of RAWISE, Girls in ICT and the Organization for Women in Science for the Developing World (OWSD). Jennifer is the founder and CEO of RWA TECH HUB. RWA TECH HUB provides different services in the technology sector and trains and mentors young high school girls in the field of technology. She attended the Young African Leaders Initiative(YALI) program and did the Leadership in Public Management at Arizona State University(ASU) in Arizona State, United States of America, and is a 2019 Mandela Washington Fellow. Jennifer is also the Coordinator of AUCA innovation center.