Aline is a devoted educator, researcher, and ardent advocate for public health. Graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Anesthesia from the University of Rwanda, she laid the foundation for her subsequent contributions to public health. Pursuing advanced education, she completed a Master of Public Health (MPH) at the same institution, deepening her understanding of public health principles. She secured the CARTA PhD fellowship in 2020 to pursue a program in Maternal and Child Health at the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, expanding her research’s global health impact. In addition, Aline attended an implementation research course at Duke University in the United States in 2023. Since 2013, Aline has been an Assistant Lecturer at the University of Rwanda, acclaimed for her dedication to student education. Beyond teaching, she mentors and guides student research and extends her commitment to community outreach, bridging academia and society to address health disparities. Her research interest spans clinical research, maternal and child health, non-communicable diseases, m-health interventions, nursing, and anaesthesia-related studies. From Principal Investigator roles in projects like “Dietary Practices and Influencing Factors Among Pregnant Women” to Co-Principal Investigator in projects like “Nutrition, Infection in Relation to Preterm Delivery and Other Pregnancy Outcome,” Aline showcased her research prowess, publishing papers and participating in international conferences. Recognized for her leadership, she became Deputy Coordinator of Postgraduate Studies in the School of Health Sciences, displaying organizational skills and a commitment to nurturing healthcare leaders. Beyond academia, Aline actively participates in professional organizations including the Organization for Women in Sciences, Rwanda Allied Health Professionals, Rwanda Non-Physician Anesthetists, and the Association of Public Health Officers, reflecting her dedication to networking, continuous learning, and healthcare collaboration.