Dina Ramaromandray was elected as the youth representative on the GWPSA Steering Committee in 2020. She has been working in the public sector as a lawyer for almost seven years. She was working as the Director of Legal Affairs at the Ministry of Water, Energy, and Hydrocarbons for two years before transferring to the Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development where she is currently holding the same position.
She is also currently working with the Clinton Foundation on their Women In Renewable Energy (WIRE) Africa mentorship program. She is a member of the SADC Water Energy Food Nexus Youth Innovation Network (SAYWIN), a SADC youth initiative which is being supported by the GWPSA since 2019.
In 2017 she was selected in as a Mandela Washington Fellow (MWF) through which she achieved academic training at the University of California Davis, which allowed her to join the California Energy Commission in Sacramento. In addition, the Africa-EU Energy Partnership awarded her as a Young Leader in Energy Access (YLEA) in March 2017.
For the time being, she would like to make more impact in tackling climate change by proposing more cross-sector and sustainable public policies.
In March 2020, she cofounded the Malagasy branch of the NGO Women Lead Movement, which is campaigning against Gender-Based violence, working for the economic emancipation of women victims of GBV and working towards the promotion women participation in politics.