Architecture is a simple enclosure that provides a mechanism to transform people's lives.
Global Health Corps Fellow
Divine joined MASS in July 2018 as a GHC Design Fellow after garnering her Bachelor's Degree in Architecture from the University of Rwanda, College of Science and Technology, School of Architecture and Build Environment. She has interned with GMK Architecture, a Rwandan architecture firm, where she focused on how architecture can provide a better life for people with different abilities/disabilities, in terms of social, economic and environmental aspects. She also participated in FemEng Rwanda, a workshop that aims to spark an interest in STEM subjects among high school girls in Kigali, in order to inspire them to see a future career in engineering and architecture. Divine also participated in the Pavilion conceptual design workshop of IMBUGA City Walk, the first designed public space in Rwanda.