Joseph Dusabe, SNHU/Kepler graduate from the Kiziba campus in Rwanda, has been named a 2019 Acumen Fellow.
Joseph is the Founder and CEO of Itetero Iwacu Organization, a Rwandan-based social enterprise that provides high-quality education, fights child stunting through effective nutrition, and advocates for children living with noncommunicable diseases. Joseph served as a teacher before joining Southern New Hampshire University, where he graduated with a bachelor’s of Communications. With a focus on vulnerable children, he is committed to improving quality of education and nurturing children with skills and ethics that will inspire them to become accountable citizens.
The Acumen Fellowship program is an intensive leadership development program cultivating a pipeline of tomorrow’s social changemakers. Over the course of a year, Fellows remain in their jobs while participating in five in-person, multi-day immersive seminars and engaging in online content between seminars. Currently operating in Colombia, East Africa, India, Pakistan, and West Africa, the Fellows Program equips leaders from across the country or region with the knowledge, skills and community to become more effective, collaborative agents of change.
Learn more about the 2019 fellows at acumen.org.