Umutoni Esther Pelindah is Ugandan by nationality. She’s an economist by profession and ongoing student at UMI acquiring a post graduate degree in Monitoring and evaluation.
She is an entrepreneur and an environmentalist who believes in gender balance and child protection. She is a lover of books and a writer, researching different topics intrigues her. She
loves music and occasionally performs when the opportunity comes.
Professionally, from July 2018, she has been working at a printing business center (Umbamu Enterprises Limited) as a marketing executive.
During her short holidays and vacations, she worked with African Queen distributors as a sales associate, Halo Collections as a store manager and Go green projects/events and as an
environment activist. She went for a two month internship program at Uganda bureau of statistics where she obtained a certificate in 2017 from June to August.
In May 2019, she represented Uganda in a Youth Seminar in Azerbaijani-Baku from which she also obtained a certificate.
Currently, she is a Communications intern at Global Green Growth Institute Uganda Office under from which she hopes to gain the best experience since her career objective is
to be a professional PR (Public Relations) manager and an educator of the environment, Human rights and entrepreneurship.
To reach out contact her through firstname.lastname@example.org