Aimée Dushime

Outgoing Curator, Kigali Hub,

Aimée is a chartered certified accountant (ACCA) and a chartered tax professional (ADIT) with seven years of tax and investment experience gained from working in Rwanda, Kenya, and Nigeria. She is well versed in transfer pricing, international tax advisory, statutory compliance, tax audits, and dispute resolution.

Aimée is passionate about tax policies and their potential to spur economic growth. She's also keen on tax research that focuses on international tax policy analysis, tax havens, and the relationship between taxation and economic development. Through her research, she aims to help in the ongoing fight against illicit financial flows, tax abuse, and inefficient tax systems.

She has been listed in the "2020 TaxCOOP 35 Leaders of the Future in Taxation excellence list" as one of the most promising young tax policy enthusiasts who passionately contribute to the advancement of taxation and tax justice. She is also a recipient of the 2019 Mandela Washington Fellowship for the Young African Leaders.

Over and above being a tax professional, Aimée is dedicated to creating positive change her community. She has served as the curator (2019) and vice curator (2018) for the Kigali hub of the World Economic Forum’s Global Shaper Community. She is also the founder of Je Suis Lecteur, a project that is aimed at promoting the reading culture of children in Rwanda.