Women in Engineering


Dr. Marie Chantal Cyulinyana

Dr. Marie Chantal Cyulinyana is the Science and Technology Foresight Analyst for Rwanda National Council for Science and Technology (NCST), where she oversees the analysis of Science and Technology (S&T) current trends and future needs and provision of policy recommendations on S&T. (Read More >>)

Tenele Habangaan

Tenele Habangaan is a young woman with interests in sustainable energy, power systems management, reliability, energy sector reform, regulation and compliance. She is enthusiastic about encouraging women and the youth to solve community problems through STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics), and to use STEAM for sustainable socio-economic development. (Read More >>)

Sally Musonye

Sally is a design and construction engineer at Kenya Power and founder of AshGold Africa Initiative. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from The University of Nairobi (UoN) and is a registered graduate engineer with the Engineers Board of Kenya (EBK) and a corporate member of the Institution of Engineers of Kenya (IEK). (Read More >>)


Ornella has a recent bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from University of Rwanda/College of Science and Technology. She is a Project manager and Electrical engineer in Great Lakes energy and she has been there since 2019.

She got a certificate from Africa Energy services Group (AESG) and TramaTecno Ambiental (TTA) in a training program on Pre-feasibility study in Rwanda and other related certificates like Photovoltaic Technology from IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers), SEE change Empowered Employee training and other trainings.

Ornella is an auditor of POWERHer a recent established network of women working in energy sector in Rwanda. (Read More >>)

Rolande Simone Pryce

Rolande Simone Pryce is the World Bank Group Country Manager for Rwanda. Prior to her current assignment, she oversaw the World Bank’s Indonesia and Timor-Leste programs and was based in the Jakarta office.

Before joining the World Bank, Ms. Pryce served as legal adviser to the Jamaican Government on Public International Law and International Trade issues for over ten years, and as an Adjunct Lecturer on Public International Law at the University of the West Indies. (Read More >>)