Join an impact circle today




Burundi Flag



Career Law


CAREER: Lawyer

GRAD DATE: Aug 2020


    • September 1, 2019 – Anny-Princia had so much fun with her Community Impact Project that she decided to spend her summer replicating the project in her home country of Burundi! She said her initial project helped the community she served, so she wanted to do another project to help her home community!
    • May 18, 2019 – I learned that friends (especially peers) are really important in life. We had tough classes and they were the only ones to understand me as they were going through the same things. Plus, it was way easier and productive to study with them. “Friends are sent by God”, has never been so true to me than last semester.
    • February 9, 2019 – When asked to define servant leadership, how that applies to her life now, and her future career, Anny-Princia said: “According to me, servant leadership is a kind of leadership where the leader knows that she/he is in that position to serve not to be the boss. I will use servant leadership in my future career (being a lawyer) to serve people in accordingly.”
    • November 19, 2018 – Anny-Princia wants to be known for wisdom and integrity. She wants to leave a legacy – having wisely helped her community and having maintained integrity in all her work! Anny-Princia is hopeful that this will be her best semester yet! Her university relocated this year and she hopes she’ll love her new campus!
    • July 7, 2018 – This last year was particularly challenging for Anny-Princia, as her assignments were more difficult than she was used to. She spent time in study groups, which she had never been a part of before, she said they were all able to bring different things to the table to help each other succeed and pass their exams! She is now looking forward to making this a memorable summer by learning and trying new things!
    • May 12, 2018 – The two things Anny-Princia values the most are God and people, because they mean everything to her!
    • March 25, 2018 – When Anny-Princia was younger, her mother had long soft hair that she loved, so she always dreamt of being a hairstylist when she grew up! In five years, she plans to be a senior lawyer!
    • February 27, 2018 – Anny-Princia’s nickname was Kayaga, which means tiny-wind, because when she was younger she was very small and would stubbornly climb trees even when people said she couldn’t.
    • January 25, 2018 – A book Anny-Princia read that was really impactful for her was The Purpose Driven Life by Rick Warren. The idea that stood out to her the most was how everyone is born for a reason, and that we all have potential!
    • December 18, 2017 – On Christmas Anny-Princia’s tradition is to gather together with all her family members, which is always a fun time! She thinks the word her friends would describe her as is “happy” because she is always smiling and happy!
    • November 11, 2017 – Anny-Princia is thankful for what God is doing in her life, and the way He is providing for her both emotionally and tangibly. She loves the Christmas holiday because she gets to enjoy extra time catching up with her friends!
    • October 8, 2017 – Over her summer, Anny-Princia spent time with her friends from back home, and was able to encourage them and share what she has been learning. She is very excited that she was accepted into the These Numbers Have Faces scholar program and is looking forward to growing both spiritually and intellectually.

Anny-Princia’S CIRCLE

  • C. Hathiramani – Austin, TX


Anny-Princia grew up in Burundi during a civil war, in a community where she was raised to value persistence. Even though her country is going through a trying time, she is continually pushing for a brighter future. Anny-Princia wants to achieve great things so that she can honor the people she grew up with – those who taught her to see past the exterior of a person.

Anny-Princia chose Law because she knows this is a great route to take to help change what’s around her in a positive way. She knows that education will bring confidence and wisdom, and as one of the first female lawyers in Burundi, it will help her to be the best possible leader!