Jean de Dieu MUKUNZI, MPH, CHW,PMP

Founder

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Jean de Dieu MUKUNZI is a Public Health professional for 15 years. He has experience in initiating, planning, implementing, monitoring and closing healthcare projects. He implemented a successful HIV/PEPFAR program in Rwanda, the project which had a positive impact in Africa and visited by both President George W. Bush and Secretary of State Levitt for its positive Jean conducted several healthcare researches in Rwanda and in United States. One of his studies was the assessment of refugee health needs in Montgomery County “A Case study on Refugees from Rwanda and Burundi. Before founding the Ebenezer Healthcare Access, Jean was a Youth Program Manager with Population services international, a Patient Navigator with CareSource, and a Community Health Advocate with Public Health Department in Montgomery County. During his careers in United States Jean helped a big number of immigrants to navigate the US healthcare system in several counties of Ohio. Jean is a Professional Project Manager, He received his bachelor’s in clinical psychology from the National University of Rwanda, a Master of Public from Wright State University USA and a certificate in data analytics from Sinclair community College – USA. Jean is multilingual of English, Swahili, Kirundi, Kinyarwanda and Intermediate level of Spanish Jean is married to Grace Mukunzi and God blessed them with 4 children (Dan MUKUNZI, Eben MUKUNZI, Anaelle MUKUNZI and Axel MUKUNZI)