Maureen Isimbi graduated from Tufts University with a degree in Engineering Psychology and a minor in Engineering Management. Her goal is to revolutionize global education. Maureen currently works as an Assistant Education Designer at Education Design Lab.
In 2019, Maureen received the Tufts Presidential Award for Civic Life, an award given to those with outstanding service and civic leadership achievements. In Maureen’s senior year, she served as a Residential House Manager on campus. During her junior year, she was a student analyst in the office of the Executive Vice President of Tufts University and was an institutional advancement intern at the University of Rwanda. In 2018, she was the International Community Senator in the Tufts Student Government and the treasurer of Tufts National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE). Maureen was awarded the 2017 Montle Prize to build an app that will connect Rwandan primary students in need of tuition assistance with potential donors. During her four years at Tufts, Maureen also worked as a pre-orientation peer leader. In 2016, she worked with WorldWideWomen to build a database of women’s organizations around the world.
Before she joined SHE-CAN and came to the U.S., Maureen graduated first in her class from Riviera High School and received a perfect score on the Rwanda National Exam. Outside the classroom, she was President of the Never Again Club, whose purpose was to fight against genocide ideologies. Maureen led the development and execution of a project, “My Water, My Health,” to build a borehole in her village’s well to ensure that the well would no longer spread waterborne diseases.
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