Christine has more than 15-year work experience in Academic and Health Care Settings (Government, Private Institutions and Non-Governmental Organizations of health). She is Child Health and Malaria Specialist at USAID – IntraHealth International (Rwanda). She previously served as Dean, Faculty of Nursing at University of Gitwe. Before that, she was Director of research and Lecturer at University of Gitwe in Faculty of General Nursing. Christine has experience in leadership position at National level: she was a Member of Board of Directors of Rwanda National Council of Nurses and Midwives and a Member of Education Committee at Nursing Council. As Nurse Educator, Christine participated in curriculum development and review of Advanced Diploma and bachelor’s degree Programs of Nursing implemented at University of Gitwe, Rwanda. She contributed in the process of curriculum validation of Advanced Diploma, bachelor’s degree and master’s Programs of Nursing implemented at University of Rwanda, and other 6 Higher Learning Institutions of Nursing in Rwanda (Ruli Higher Institute of Health, Mount Kenya University Rwanda, University of Gitwe, Adventist University of Central Africa, Kibogora Polytechnic, and University of Global Health Equity).
Christine participated: in review of tool for auditing Nursing and Midwifery schools in Rwanda, in development of the General Nursing Logbooks, in preparation, invigilation and marking of Nursing council licensing exams, and as practical examiner. As National Master Trainer and Mentor in child health programs, Christine supported Ministry of Health and worked with different International Organizations like IntraHealth International, Partners in Health (PIH), Maternal and Child Survival Program (MCSP), World Health Organization (WHO), Training, Support and Access Model for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (TSAM-MNCH), ADRA Rwanda. Christine participated in various health program evaluations, proposals writing, national and international conferences preparation, organization, and presentations. As researcher, she published and other publications are in process. She supervised over 60 research works and she has high quality personal, professional, and interpersonal relationship and communication skills. She is currently the Associated Academic Dean of AHRO University