Lindah holds a bachelor’s degree in law from Makerere University (2010), post graduate diploma in legal practice and is an advocate of the High Court of Uganda. She completed her Master of Laws Degree (2014) from the University of Toronto, where she majored in energy regulation and resource governance. Shortly thereafter, she worked as a Senior Legal Officer of the Uganda Electricity Regulatory Authority. Her role involved the evaluation of electricity projects for development and she worked on a number of electricity policies. Her research focus at IRES is on the promotion of renewables, where she seeks to evaluate the obstacles to accelerated energy transitions in developing economies.