Born 1982 in Southern Province (Rwanda), MA
MA in Genocide Studies and Prevention, BA in Translation and Interpretation Studies (Kinyarwanda-French-English), both at the University of Rwanda. 2011-2012, internship at the Center for Conflict Management (CCM) of the University of Rwanda. 2013-2015, teacher of languages at Gisagara High school. 2015-2016, employed on a joint project by the National Commission for the Fight against Genocide (CNLG) and two professors from the University of Minnesota and Ohio State University, USA. 2016-2019, participation in countrywide research projects tackling multiple topics on the 1994 genocide in Rwanda, mainly the "History of the genocide against the Tutsi"; "Re-entry and reintegration of the former genocidaires" – a three-year country-wide project by a professor from the Ohio State University, USA; "Rescue effort" – a joint project by two professors, one from the Ohio State University and California State University Sacramento. 2019-2020, research associate of the African Leadership Center (ALC/Nairobi, Kenya). Since 2020 PhD student in the GMM project focusing on Rwandan memory and musealization politics.