Likonge Makai Mulenga, founder of LiChi’s Community Solutions LTD, grew up in Zambia and obtained an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering, specializing in power systems engineering. Whilst working for Konkola Copper Mines PLC (KCM), the biggest copper producer in Zambia, Likonge obtained a NORADs scholarship in 2012 to enroll in a Masters Program in Planning and Operations of Energy Systems (MPPOES). Through the program, she studied for 1 year and 6 months at Kathmandu University Nepal and 6 months at NTNU, Norway. She finished her MS in Energy Systems from Kathmandu University, Nepal. Her research interests include effective and affordable energy to improve energy efficiency for cooking and lighting in Zambia. Her research enabled her to write a paper that was accepted at the Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC 2013) and was able to present the paper at the conference in October, 2013 where she was recognized both as member of the SIGHT Steering Committee and valued for her presentation at the IEEE GHTC 2013. Her interests now include the most cost effective methods of making technology accessible to the “forgotten billion” of the world. She is back to KCM as Head of Energy Management for the Konkola Integrated Business Unit and is currently a member of the following groups: Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE), Engineers Institute of Zambia (EIZ), Energy Regulation Board (ERB), Women in Power (WiP), LiChi’s Community Solutions (LCS Ltd), and RenPEACE.