Laulinda A. Massunda
Member, inspired to serve AFRISA, I’m Ugandan and a simulation and computational specialist, currently pursuing a professional doctorate in engineering, PDEng for Energy and Process Technologies (EPT, Mechanical Engineering, Thermal and Fluid Systems) at the faculty of Engineering Technology (ET), University of Twente (UT). I’m highly motivated to apply values and ethical principles to make a significant difference in AFRISA.
My name is Eunice Adom. I am from Ghana and a second-year Masters Student at ITC. I joined Afrisa and eventually the board because I think it is important to connect with people from our continent in a foreign land. It helps us promote our culture, learn from other cultures as well build a community of relations. In addition to having a sense of belongingness, we can together brainstorm various ideas in helping build our dear continent in our own small way. I will encourage all students from Africa to get on board the AFRISA Train.
Kisanet Haile Molla
Afrisa consists of many inspiring members with so much potential. I am highly interested in working with such a community and create an environment where everyone can perform at there best.
By joining AFRISA I would like to share my experience, connect AFRISA and its members inside and outside the university to have better exposure and work with different interested parties. And yes to also grow as a person with everyone!
My name is Akintunde Akinyoade, 20 years old and I’m the Activity Manager of AFRISA for the upcoming 20/21 school year. I’m a Chemical Engineering student at the UT and football and music are my major hobbies.
My main goal for AFRISA in the upcoming year is to work alongside members of the board and activity committee to foster and unify the bond between members of this wonderful committee by organizing exhilarating and exciting events!