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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, Jonathan said: “Servant leadership is an understanding and practice of leadership that places the needs of those being led above the self-interest of the leader. I will implement servant leadership in my future career as I will build better relationships with those around me and put them on top.”
    • November 19, 2018 – Jonathan wants to be known as a dependable person who creates change in his community! Although he is transferring to a new campus this year, Jonathan is excited to begin serving others in his new community!
    • July 7, 2018 – This last year, Jonathan struggled to balance his school work with his community project availability. He was able to find a balance and schedule his time out, which resulted in him being able to work 50 hours and impacting 200 people! This summer, he is looking forward to finding an internship, and he has challenged himself to read at least six books before coming back to school!
    • May 12, 2018 – Jonathan values being self-disciplined and hardworking, because he believes that with discipline everything can be achieved, and even more so when you add in hard work!
    • March 25, 2018 – When Jonathan was younger, he wanted to be a teacher, because his teachers were always so important to him and he wanted to be that person for others! In five years, he hopes to be a professional journalist!
    • Feb 27, 2018 – Jonathan said he is very inspired by the Rwandan President, Paul Kagame, because of his courage, hard work, and passion for development in Rwanda!
    • Oct 8, 2017 – Jonathan is very excited for the opportunity to be joining the These Numbers Have Faces family! This summer he was able to participate in driving school, and learned how to drive!

Jonathan’S CIRCLE


When he was young, Jonathan loved that his community was made up of not just Rwandans, but also Ugandan, Burundian and DR Congolese refugees. He learned multiple languages and gained a unique perspective on how people from different backgrounds can work together. By watching his family and neighbors, Jonathan learned that it is his responsibility to step in when someone needs help.

His desire is to sharpen his leadership skills, and use his degree in Journalism to better serve his community. He is excited to lead through sharing his creative thought and using his writing to help with problems the community may face.