Ange Kagame Advises “Never Touch Anything With Half of Your Heart”
It was an image that spoke volumes: On the fringes of last August’s U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit, President Barack Obama welcomed heads of state to dinner at the White House. Most of the dignitaries brought their wives. Paul Kagame didn’t.
The Rwandan president arrived with Ange Kagame, his only daughter, a now 21-year-old budding philanthropist who, in many ways, represents the next generation of promising African leaders — a generation that stands ready to shape a continent ripe with opportunity despite its long history of poverty, conflicts and other development challenges.
True to the summit’s theme, Kagame plans to invest in the future through her passion in education, women empowerment and health…