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Viviane

Viviane

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Viviane

Our Goal: A circle of supporters giving $300/month or $3600 for the year

Viviane

Rwanda

National University of Rwanda

Viviane

Journalism & Communication

CAREER: Journalist

GRAD DATE: Aug 2019

Journey

  • Nov 11, 2017 -Viviane is thankful to God who provided for her through These Numbers Have Faces, she says it's a blessing and a gift to be a part of the family. She is looking forward to Christmas season because it's a time she feels closer to God.
  • Oct 8, 2017 -Viviane's summer was good to her because she was able to work in a media house as a journalist for the first time, and she attended an East Africa Communication Association training! Viviane is happy to have people who believe in her.

Message Viviane

Viviane's Circle

K. McGuire - Stillwater, OK


Bio

Viviane grew up the youngest of eight children, raised by her single mom. From a young age, she admired her mom’s hard working spirit and tenacity in the face of hardship. She even began cultivating her own livestock and selling household items at the age of ten to contribute the the family’s financial needs. With a role model like her mom, Vivianne is determined to positively impact her community, family, and country.

With a degree in Journalism and Communication, her goal is to give a voice to the voiceless and close the gap in a predominantly male workplace. She wants to share her knowledge and teach others about financial planning, job creation, and innovative problem solving. Viviane is already showing selfless leadership, and she is excited to gain even more confidence alongside her degree.
In her spare time, Viviane enjoys karate, singing, and volunteering her time teaching others!


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