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Digne

Digne

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Digne

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Digne

DR Congo

Mount Kenya University

Digne

Journalism

CAREER: Journalist

GRAD DATE: 2020

Journey

  • March 27, 2017 - When asked about the 3 things she values most, Digne said her spiritual life, making decisions and self confidence!
  • Feb 13, 2017 - Digne feels empowered when she sets goals, focuses her attention, and achieves success!
  • Dec 28, 2016 - Digne learned a lot in 2016. After her first semester at University, she now feels prepared to begin a new year with goals to improve her grades and study habits!
  • Dec 8, 2016 - Digne's role model is Nelson Mandela. His fight for freedom in South Africa through peace and perseverance is an inspiration to her!
  • Nov 20, 2016 - When asked about what she's thankful for, Digne said her sister who has always been there to help take care of her and guide her.

Message Digne

Digne's Circle

J. Coffin - Manchester, NH


Bio

Digne was born in DR Congo, but has grown up in a refugee camp in Rwanda. Her sister is the sole provider for her family of 10, yet Digne has kept her spirits high. While the world has a negative connotation of refugees, the refugees she knows are strong and resilient. Digne's goals is to help provide opportunities her family, while giving back to her neighbors, and creating solutions to major issues. Digne is a strong, dedicated leader who is rising up and changing her community!

Digne is passionate about advocating for vulnerable women and raising awareness about domestic violence. She also volunteers as a teacher!


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