Dr. Felicien Kanyamibwa is an activist for human rights and an advocate of humanity, justice, peace, and development. He is of the view that human beings possess superior characteristics that must be identified, embraced, nourished, and empowered to help the world make a better place.
He is also the author of two inspirational African fairy tales, “Legs of Tornado: The Human Who Outran the Wind” and “Even Roosters Dream to Fly,” which can be accessed through major platforms, including Amazon and Barnes and Nobles. He has published some of the best historical fiction novels books that his fans love. He has covered various stories in his novels and greatly emphasizes novels about colonialism in Africa.
Apart from his writing career, he has earned a Ph.D. in Business Administration – Management Science from Penn State University in University Park, Pennsylvania, a Master’s degree in Quantitative Business Analysis and Management Information Systems from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and an Engineering degree in Statistics and Econometrics from the African Institute of Statistics and Applied Economics in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (IAMSEA).
Besides academic dissertations, he has also produced short essays and pamphlets and contributed to academic journals and proceedings on business problems, historical themes and events, and social and political issues. Apart from that, he has taught business, advanced analytics, data science, machine learning, and econometrics courses at colleges and has worked with big organizations and institutions in the United States and Africa.