The foundation of my career is lecturing at higher learning level, i.e. University, in both the University of Rwanda and the University of Tourism, Technology and Business Studies, where I teach various law related modules.
Besides experience in teaching and researching in the areas of tourism and hospitality; around 2012, I got interests to be involved in a sector which was in transition from informal status to the formalization and transformation, that is the mining sector. Given the male dominance in the sector, I joined efforts with other activists and co-founded the Rwanda Women In&And Mining Organization (WIAMO). Since 2017, I have been serving as part-time consultant under a UK (DfID) funded project - Sustainable Development of Mining in Rwanda (SDMR) Program of the Rwanda Mines, Petroleum and Gas Board (RMB), as Governance Adviser and Social Inclusion Expert. I also teach mining law at the School of Geology and Mining of the University of Rwanda.
I also manage a law firm - DOCTRINA Law Chambers, with clients operating in various areas of businesses including manufacturing, commerce, education, mining and quarry.
I have embarked on pursuing a PhD program in business law, with more interests in the extractive industries law.
Areas of interest
oil and natural gas, csr, governance and anti-corruption, investing, geology, environment, social accountability, human rights, contract and licensing, redistribution and sustainable development