Pierre Uwimana was born and raised in Rwanda and went to college in Kenya where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and a Master’s in Finance. Upon completing his studies, Pierre played a significant role in rebuilding his country of Rwanda that was torn apart by the genocide which happened in his country in 1994. During his service in Rwanda, he started as Program Expert in the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning, he later moved to Rwanda Investment and Export Promotion Agency as Deputy Managing Director in charge of Export Promotion. After a successful service, he was promoted to Kigali City Manager. As he kept on growing in his professional life, Pierre realized that his passion to see the most vulnerable lifted out of misery is not being realized as he wanted to, he decided to move to a service in non-profit organization and he joined World Relief Rwanda where he served to empower the local church to serve the most vulnerable in the capacity of Program Director. In 2010 when the earthquake broke in Haiti, his passion compelled him to move to this Caribbean country and he served as Country Director for World Concern Haiti. In January 2014, Pierre and his family immigrated to United States and upon arriving he joined World Relief again in its refugee resettlement program and he was helping refugees and other immigrants to integrate into American Society as responsible citizens. In his tenure in all these roles, Pierre has seen various lives of the needy beneficiaries lifted to a satisfactory life changing level and he strives to keep seeing lives of his community and other communities in general changed and uplifted. Pierre is married and during his spare time, he enjoys reading, playing with his children and learning more about investment opportunities. He also enjoys riding a bike. Pierre joins Florida Immigrant Coalition as A Refugee Organizer.