Brice Ndayisenga, At Large

Pendulum Trust

Experience: I believe education is a core necessity in ending global poverty and promoting social justice around the world. Education is a fundamental human right and an indispensable basis for a peaceful, prosperous and sustainable society. LearningWorks promotes innovative, alternative and inclusive education to build a thriving community in which ALL learners realize their potential. I feel great joy giving back to our community through Learning Works’ programs.
Education: Brice Ndayisenga was born in Burundi, a small landlocked country in central-east Africa and grew up on the sunny shores of Lake Tanganyika. Right after finishing high school in Burundi in July 2012, he received an Andrew Young International Scholarship to attend Morehouse College, a historically black institution in Atlanta-Georgia, famed for producing great leaders in African-American communities. During college, he interned at Comcast as a Salesman in Atlanta and at JP Morgan & Chase as a Wholesale Loan Operations Analyst in New York City. He earned a Business Finance and Economics degree in May 2016. In May 2017, Brice moved to Portland-Maine to rejoin his younger brother, Eloi. From August to December 2017, he volunteered at LearningWorks as a Front Desk Receptionist and an Assistant English Language Teacher. He currently volunteers at the Greater Portland Immigrant Welcome Center and serves on the Boards of Amjambo Africa Newspaper and Welcome the Stranger, as well as on the board at LearningWorks. Brice worked at Bank of America as a Relationship Banker from January 2018 to January 2019 before moving on to cPort Credit Union as a Member Service Representative. He now works for California based venture capital firm Pendulum Trust. In his free time, Brice enjoys hanging with friends, playing guitar and attending Church activities.