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Emmanuel H



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Career Law

Journalism & Communication

CAREER: Journalist

GRAD DATE: Aug 2019


    • February 9, 2019 – When asked to define servant leadership, how that applies to his life now, and his future career, Emmanuel said: “Servant leadership is a type of leadership which focuses on improving, empowering, upgrading, motivating, and encouraging the population. The leader will work as a servant of his or her community and his or her main ambition will be to strengthen the population. I believe this kind of leadership is the most productive one because it enforces, through empowerment, upgrading and encouraging the population to offer their best outcome. So as a Christian, I know how Jesus lead his people and I want to imitate him. That being said, I dream to make my surroundings better, so I will use servant leadership as a model to guide me towards this goal.”
    • November 19, 2018 – Emmanuel wants to be known as a man who played a part in changing life for his family, country and Africa. This semester Emmanuel is preparing to shift to a new campus and is excited to adapt to the new environment and work towards even better grades!
    • July 7, 2018 – Emmanuel said the most challenging thing he faced this last year was managing his studies and community impact projects at the same time. He was determined to succeed in both of these areas so he worked hard on time management, and was able to accomplish a lot this last year! This summer, he is looking forward to seeing his family, reading books that didn’t have time to read while he was in school, and hopes to get a job to gain experiences and save some money. He is also looking forward to spending more time with God!
    • May 12, 2018 – The two things Emmanuel values the most are God and achievements, because he believes God is the source of everything and he values achievements because we were made to work, build and create.
    • March 25, 2018 – When Emmanuel was younger, he looked up Shyaka, a sports journalist, and the more he thought about journalism it turned into a passion and realized it was something he wanted to pursue! In five years, Emmanuel plans to have his master’s degree in journalism and be an established journalist that is having a positive influence in his community!
    • Feb 27, 2018 – Emmanuel says his nickname is Patosi, after a sports journalist he admires named Patosi. The person who inspires Emmanuel to be better person is President Paul Kagame because of his big heart and problem solving skills.
    • Jan 25, 2018 – Emmanuel said the last book he read was Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe. It is a story that focuses on pre and post colonial life in late nineteenth century Nigeria.
    • Dec 18, 2017 – Emmanuel says on Christmas he eats sorghum dough and drinks milk, he also dances the traditional Rwandan dance called, Ikinyemera. Emmanuel says the word his friends would describe him as is “humble” since that is something he always tries to be.
    • Oct 8, 2017 – Emmanuel’s holiday was very busy since he spent it learning French, reading leadership books and attending different seminars. Emmanuel said that he is very excited to join his second year at university and hopes to improve his academic performance.

Emmanuel H’S CIRCLE


Emmanuel was born and raised in Rwanda in a post-genocide country that brought strength, forgiveness and unity to his community. As he pursues a degree in Journalism and Communication, Emmanuel is motivated to be a leader in his community. He wants to educate those around him with his words and connect people to solutions. Rwanda is growing quickly, and Emmanuel wants to be part of the positive development that is happening by sharpening his leadership skills. After graduation, he hopes to have a master’s degree in Journalism, as well as an established job as an influential journalist in his community.