I am originally from Brazzaville, capital city of the Republic of Congo. I am currently attending the University of Nebraska-Lincoln to receive my Masters in Higher Education Administration with a specialization in Student Affairs. I graduated from the University of Oregon in 2015 with a Bachelor in Social Science Applied to Business and Economics. I also hold a Bachelors degree in Business and Accounting from L’Ecole Supérieure de Gestion et d’Administration des Entreprises (E.S.G.A.E). Through my time in undergrad (Chemeketa Community college & University of Oregon), I have had various jobs. I worked as a resident assistant with the University of Oregon housing, I was a French tutor, student ambassador with the Office of International Programs, secretary and interim president of the International Club, International Club adviser, and ESL teaching assistant and grader.
After graduating in from the University of Oregon, I worked at a Community College in Salem, OR as an Advising and retention assistant. I am passionate about working with students and it is very rewarding to me to see them accomplishing their goals. I am excited for my new role as a Graduate Assistant with the Office of Academic Success and Intercultural Services (OASIS). Serving and supporting students from diverse background, along with leading seminar sessions is something that I am looking forward to. I have a wonderful staff and am ecstatic for what the future holds.