Fiona was among the pioneers who started the first private TV station (TV 10) in Rwanda where she worked before re-joining Rwanda Broadcasting Agency where she’s a News Anchor and Reporter. With a career in media spanning 6 years, Fiona currently serves as Deputy Chair of the journalists Focal group for the African Court on Human and Peoples rights, is a member of Human Rights First Rwanda, and has moderated high-level meetings, including the Heads of State meeting during the World Economic Forum (Grow Africa) 2016.
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Leadership is critical especially for young people. They are the leaders of tomorrow but without being taught the fundamentals, without knowing where our forefathers failed and what we can do better then, Africa will not rise. That is why fellowships like YELP help stir up a conversation on good leadership, it shifts the mind to see the reality on ground and help inspire the younger generation to reach out; to be better citizens and step up to take up roles in the community for the betterment of our society.