Shaban Senyange is from Kampala, Uganda. He pursued a Bachelor of Science in wildlife health and management at Makerere University. Shaban conducted research on the impacts of the 2010 anthrax outbreak on communities surrounding the Queen Elizabeth National Park during the park’s sixth anthrax outbreak. He later earned a Master of Science in safety, health and environment at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. His research on methane emissions was accepted for presentation at the Symposium of Malaysian Chemical Engineers and published in the special issue publication of the Malaysian Journal of Analytical Sciences. He has worked as a data cleansing clerk at Stanbic Bank, and Bamzee Electrical Company. Shaban co-founded the Hike for Maternal Life campaign, aimed at raising funds for the maternal ward in Mbale Main Hospital in Uganda. Before GHC, Shaban hosted a wildlife and environment show on Urban TV Uganda that creates awareness about conservation issues and green innovations.