Aimée Dushime is a tax expert advising governments and multinationals on tax policies related to transfer pricing. Having worked in Nigeria, Rwanda and Kenya, her goal is to advocate for tax policies that promote economic growth and self-reliance in Africa. She was part of the team that developed Rwanda's draft ministerial order on transfer pricing guidelines.
Currently a contributor at the Future Africa Forum and a Mandela Washington Fellow alumna, Aimée also serves as the 2019-2020 curator of the Global Shapers Community, Kigali Hub.
In her leisure, she volunteers at StepUp.One, an organization aimed at creating job opportunities for refugees, by proffering professional training sessions, thus fostering their employability.