Joyeuse  Senga
Standing: Junior
Major: Healthcare Administration: Pre-Business
Hometown: Kigali, Rwanda
Due to her strong academic record, discipline, and passion, Joyeuse was selected as one of 42 scholars for a highly competitive gap year program that helps talented African students study abroad and return to become servant entrepreneurial leaders contributing to the growth of Africa. On campus, Joyeuse serves on SGA as a member of the Multicultural Affairs committee, which is a peer educator committee that serves to advance cultural competency and cross-cultural dialogue. She is also involved in Freshman Forum, Model UN and SAVE. As a servant leader at heart, Joyeuse seeks opportunities to volunteer in the Birmingham community. She has served as a SaveFirst volunteer, preparing tax returns for people in low income communities. As a healthcare administration and pre-business major, she has great passion to economically develop Rwanda and promote easy access to healthcare.