I am a Ph.D student in the Usable Security and Privacy Lab, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, the George Washington University, advised by Prof. Adam Aviv. My research interests lie in usable security and privacy, particularly in underrepresented communities.
Prior to joining GW, I obtained my master’s degree in Information Technology from Carnegie Mellon University focused on Cybersecurity and Software Engineering. I have a bachelor’s degree in Information Technology from Strathmore University.
In 2019, I was privileged to attend HashiConf ‘19 in Seattle, Washington and Devcon V in Osaka, Japan under full ride scholarships where I networked with leading technologists from around the globe leveraging different tools to make the world a better place.
This year, I am excited to be attending GREPSEC V, a workshop for early-stage graduate students in computer security and privacy, focusing on underrepresented populations.
Activities & Interests:
- Mentor and Trainer, Django Girls Kigali
- Ambassador, Nipe Sauti Africa
- Ambassador, Metis
- GREPSEC V Scholar, 2021
- HashiConf Scholar, 2019
- Devcon V Scholar, 2019