Jean D’amour Mutoni (CEO)
Jean D’Amour Mutoni is a Co-founder and incumbent CEO of AOG for which he was presented with 2015 Queen’s Young Leader’s Award. He is a One Young World Ambassador since 2015, a Global Health corps Alumni since 2011 and currently Kepler university Board member . Jean D’Amour is is currently pursuing his Phd at the Universite catholique de Louvain, Belgium and has earned his MSc at the University of Manchester, UK where he was awarded ‘’ Student of the Year 2016’’. Jean D’Amour combines his experience in activism and science to solve some of the major problems facing Africa today. His vision for the future of AOG is to enhance the aspirations, opportunities and career prospects of enthusiastic and driven young people through Education and empowerment.
He is AOG co-founder and part time finance Manager. He has over 10 years of experience in finance, Administration and human resource Management both in private sector and nonprofits. His other engagements include working at European Cooperative for Rural Development (EUCORD) as a finance and Administration officer and doing other charitable work with Hopeshine Inc and one help one direction Ihumure both of them engaged in supporting vulnerable kids. Alphonse’s key areas of expertise include Finance, Accounting, human resource management, Business planning, farmers cooperative management and NGO management. Alphonse finds fulfillment in giving back to the community.
Marie Rose Nyinawumuntu
Is an account at Acts Of Gratitude. She has 8 years experience in accounting working mainly in Non Government Organizations and private organizations. She holds a bachelor’s degree of business administration majoring in accounting from UNILAK. Rose also worked as bid manager at Imprimerie AZ Media. Prior to working at Acts Of Gratitude, Rose worked as an accountant of Ihorere Munyarwanda Organization.
Jeanne Olive Iradukunda
Communication and Learning Intern
Is a Learning and Communication intern at AOG. She studied business management at Kepler University Program. Prior to this position she worked as an operations assistant of Iteme Program, an instructional program designed to support refugee and vulnerable host community students in the transition from secondary to tertiary education. Olive is thrilled to work at Acts Of Gratitude because its mission of giving back to the community combines her passion of helping people.
She works as an Administrative Assistant at AOG. She has accumulated over five years of experience in finance and administrative duties both in NGOs and private companies. Prior to Joining AOG, she worked as an accountant for TRUSCO company. Quite often, you will find her making phone calls to remind AOG volunteers about upcoming events and other activities. She also helps a lot with Bank transactions and office management.