She has also contributed to capacity building initiatives at the [https://renu.ac.ug/ Research and Education Network for Uganda] (RENU), training network and system engineers on aspects like campus network design, network monitoring and system security.
Kiden's first [[ICANN]] meeting was [[ICANN 47]] in Durban. She is involved with [[ICANN]] through [[ISOC]]<ref name="interview">ICANNWiki Interview, July 2013.</ref>, though her entry into Internet governance was through [https://www.diplomacy.edu/ DiploFoundation]. She was selected as an [[ICANN Fellow]] for [[ICANN 51]] in Los Angeles.<ref>[https://www.icann.org/news/announcement-2014-07-18-en ICANN Fellows Announced for ICANN 51] ''ICANN.org''; Retrieved 21 July 2014</ref> She has additionally attended ICANN 50 in London, United Kingdom and ICANN 55 in Marrakech, Morocco and
all ICANN meetings after that. She is currently involved with the At-Large Community and is the AFRALO Secretariat. [https://atlarge.icann.org/ralos/afralo AFRALO] is the African Regional At-Large Organisation.
Kiden holds an MSc in Information Systems and BSc in Information Technology.