1. University of Kigali (2021–): Masters of Science in Economics (Ongoing).

2. University of Rwanda (2015–2019): Faculty of Agricultural Economics, Department of Agricultural Economics, Bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Economics, 2019.

Research competencies

1. Good presentation and management skills.

2. Knowledge in designing and conducting Knowledge, Attitudes, and Behavior Practices (KAP) studies

3. Knowledge of designing surveys, following up and analyzing data of cross-sectional study designs such as baseline, midterm review, end line survey, satisfaction and adoption surveys, and clear results presentation in tables and charts.

4. Knowledge of analyzing longitudinal data as well as time series data

5. Capable of performing different analytical tests including but not limited to T-test, regressions (simple and multiple, logistic, multinomial), chi-square test, and difference in difference model, Logit-probit models, and Tobit model for panel data.

6. Capable of conducting qualitative studies using FGDs, IDIs and KIIs methods.

7. Capable of conducting situation analysis, including SWOT, PESTLE and other relevant analysis.

Trainings and Workshops

1. Time Series analysis using E-Views, provided by EPRN Rwanda.

2. The Empower Africa Workshop, provided by the University of Pennsylvania, the Navarra Center for International Development, and the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia,

Computer Skills

1. Competitive skills in data analysis tools; STATA, RStudio (Elementary), E-Views

2. Familiar with MS Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.

3. Cloud Storage Tools (Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, Dropbox).

4. Mendeley Referencing Manager

Language Skills

1. Kinyarwanda: Native

2. English: Excellent

3. French: Medium

4. Spanish: Elementary