Ms. Elisse Dushimimana, holds a Bachelor of Arts in Management from Southern New Hampshire University.
Currently the Research and Evaluation Projects Manager at FATE Consulting Ltd., Ms. Elisse oversees FATE’s research and evaluation projects including engagement with the clients, coordinating the teams executing qualitative and quantitative research projects as well as providing technical expertise in qualitative research. Within Ms. Elisse’s portfolio, she serves as one of the principal qualitative researchers, playing a vital role in the collaborative effort between Oxford Policy Management (OPM) and FATE to provide Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) services for the Exiting Poverty Program funded by Foreign and Commonwealth Development Office (FCDO).
Prior to her current role, Ms. Elisse worked as a Research Coordinator at Three Stones International Rwanda, where she played a key role in coordinating research activities and ensuring data quality. Additionally, she gained valuable experience as an Assistant to Strategic Consultant at Southern New Hampshire University/Global Education Movement (SNHU/GEM) in Kigali, where she contributed to strategic consulting projects.
Fluent in English and a native speaker of Kinyarwanda, Ms. Elisse is an excellent communicator, both for oral and written outputs, with interpersonal and problem-solving skills.