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Fabrice

PROGRESS

OUR GOAL: A CIRCLE OF SUPPORTERS GIVING $300/MONTH OR $3600 FOR THE YEAR

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CAREER: Finance

GRAD DATE: Aug 2020

JOURNEY

    • May 12, 2018 – Fabrice values humility and hard work, because humble people are easy to connect with and hard work helps people achieve their goals!
    • March 25, 2018 – When Fabrice was younger, he wanted to be a doctor because his mother was sick a lot and he always wanted to be able to help her! In five years, he is planning on having his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration!
    • Feb 27, 2018 – In high school Fabrice’s nickname was Pastor, because he was always preaching the word of God! The person who inspires Fabrice the most is his mother, he said she always works hard for the betterment of her family, and encourages and believes in his dreams!
    • Jan 25, 2018 – Fabrice said the most interesting book he has read recently was Corruption in Africa.
    • Dec 18, 2017 – For Fabrice, a big part of Christmas is when families come from all the different cities and villages to spend time with each other! A word Fabrice thinks his friends would describe him as is “shy” because he tends to keep quiet.
    • Oct 8, 2017 – Fabrice spent his summer volunteering with a local health center feeding little children, this was an experience that meant a lot to him. This fall he is looking forward to the monthly leadership trainings provided by These Numbers Have Faces, and hopes they will help to improve his leadership skills.

Fabrice’S CIRCLE

S. Vasanth – Marina del Rey, CA

BIO

Fabrice is the oldest of six boys in his family, his dad is a primary school teacher and his mother stays home to raise the younger boys. Fabrice grew up in a diverse community, and he says, “My community is my inspiration and motivation… I am always thinking of ways I can contribute to its development.”

While Fabrice pursues a degree in Finance, his long-term vision is to become a leader in his community — providing direction and support to those who have invested in him. He also wishes to be a role model to his younger brothers and other children in his village, encouraging them to chose education over complacency.

For three years, Fabrice was a youth leader in his church, and was a class monitor in secondary school!