From Rwanda to Stamford: One Woman’s Story of Empowerment and Success

Julian Kankuda has not had an easy go in life so far. Born in a Ugandan refugee camp where her family fled following the 1959 uprising in Rwanda, she was without a place to call home up until 1996, when her family returned just two years after a mass genocide that claimed somewhere in the realm of one million souls in 100 days. During that time, her father died of an illness, and she explains it bluntly. [button wrap]More[/button wrap]