Nulu Naluyombya has over three years of experience working in personal development and women empowerment. Currently, Nulu is the founder and Executive Director of Success Chapter, a local nonprofit organization that focuses on leadership and entrepreneurship development for young people, especially young women. In this capacity, she facilitates trainings and designs programs such as the Girls Leadership Academy that empowers young women in schools and less privileged communities. Nulu holds a bachelor’s degree in Procurement and Supply Chain Management and is finalizing her master’s degree in Business Administration, both from Makerere University Business School. Upon completion of the Washington Fellowship, Nulu plans to expand the Girls Leadership Program to other Ugandan schools as well as African countries to empower young African women through leadership, entrepreneurship, and personal development. Nulu was one of 100 Fellows competitively selected to participate in an 8-week internship in the United States following the Mandela Washington Fellowship academic institute. She interned at The Smithsonian Institution in August-September 2014.