Our SHE-CAN Scholar:

Nicole Mugeni

SHE-CAN Scholar: Nicole Mugeni

Nicole Mugeni graduated from the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University in 2018 with two degrees in Global Logistics Management & Supply Chain Management. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Development Practice at the University of California, Berkeley, and expected to graduate in May 2024.

Before going to UC Berkeley, Nicole was a Development Fellow at Komera, an organization that works in rural Rwanda to develop self-confident young women through education, community development and health. Prior to the fellowship, she was a Program Manager at African Management Institute.  In addition, Nicole was a recipient of the MasterCard Foundation Scholarship. Nicole Mugeni was the Program Manager at the Question Coffee Academy of Sustainable Harvest Rwanda Ltd, a social enterprise arm of Sustainable Harvest that promotes the growing coffee industry in Rwanda. 

At Arizona State University, Nicole was a member of the African Students Association. In 2017, she worked at Kasha as a supply chain intern. Nicole expanded Kasha’s distribution channel by establishing new pick up points for cost effective and convenient delivery to residential customers. She worked on the Last Mile Project for Target and interned with the Rwanda Development Board in Kigali where she prepared a market intelligence report to assist in East African Market Research. Nicole is a distinguished graduate of Cornerstone Leadership Academy.

Before she joined SHE-CAN, Nicole volunteered as an executive member of Builders of Hope for Africa and led successful initiatives including raising donations for school fees to help disadvantaged children remain in school. Additionally, she was involved with organizations such as Africa Youth Leadership Forum and Youth Impact Mission that align with her vision of building a new generation of African leaders that work towards reconciliation and unity in Rwanda.

Nicole Mugeni

Academic Major

Supply Chain Management & Global Logistics Management
Class of 2018

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