Selma Ndasilohenda Iyambo is a 21-year-old Activist for Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights that is passionate about community work, empowering and representing young people in all their diversity. Born in the small village of Uukwalumbe and raised in Windhoek. She volunteered at the Namibia Planned Parenthood Association (NAPPA) for more than five years and served as the National Chairperson for the Youth Action Movement and Youth Representative to the NAPPA board and at Social Enabled Education Namibia (SEE Namibia ) as a Programs Director. She has worked for AfterBreak a digital teen magazine for two years and during that time she has contributed articles to The Namibian newspaper one of the largest newspapers in Namibia. Currently, she is the Her Voice Fund Ambassador to Namibia, a contributing writer, and a Health Corner Hub Editor at Infinity Youth Magazine. On the other hand, she is also a fourth-year Media student at the University of Namibia majoring in journalism, Founder and Host of the Sex Talks Podcast.