Eric Nkorerimana was born and raised in Rwanda. He graduated from the University of Rwanda’s College of Arts and Social Sciences with a bachelor’s degree in History and Heritage Studies (Class of 2018). He attended the Global Leadership Summit held at the University of Rwanda. Eric also worked as a journalist on the Radio Rwanda – Huye branch for a program of culture and community outreach, which increased his communication skills and passion for being a voice of the voiceless. He also worked as a field facilitator in community digital skills delivery in Gisagara district as Digital Ambassador. He was recognized as a social innovator among DOT Youth Daring Innovators during the DOT – Rwanda Gerakuntego Competition 2019. Eric worked as an Assistant Researcher in a DOT-Mastercard Foundation project called “Speaking Out, Reaching Out”. During his time with the project, Eric and the team collected data and analyzed how COVID-19 might affect small businesses owned by youths. Eric served two years as a Volunteer in CorpsAfrica/Rwanda – Group 2 where he worked with rural communities in Bugesera district. This opportunity increased his passion for creating a lasting impact on the community. Eric extended his service in the northern region of Rwanda, Rulindo district, in order to continue to work in community development through citizen involvement. He works towards behavior change to create a lasting impact in communities. According to him, doing small actions that remain in hearts and minds is more satisfying than any other thing in the world.