Social Enterprise Director | Sustainable Harvest® Rwanda LLC
Adam originally comes from Canada and started his career in coffee in 2005 with a small roastery outside of Toronto. In the last 12 years he has focused on specialty coffee for the hospitality industry, with experience managing operations in Europe, Asia Pacific, China, and now East Africa. As the Director of Social Enterprise, Adam leads the social-enterprise team as they navigate creating products for the local market and delivering world-class services. Adam is also responsible for exploration and growth strategies in the value-addition markets of the remarkable coffee from Rwanda.
Social Enterprise Deputy Director | Sustainable Harvest® Rwanda LLC
As Deputy Director of Social Enterprise, Sylvere oversees the LLC’s operations and ensures business growth. He received a bachelor’s degree in economics and business management from the National University of Rwanda. Before joining SH-R, Sylvere spent five years as Business Development Manager at Sustainable Health Enterprises (SHE), a social enterprise developing a women-led franchise model to manufacture and distribute affordable, high-quality, and eco-friendly sanitary pads across Rwanda.
Social Enterprise Wholesale Account Coordinator | Sustainable Harvest® Rwanda LLC
As Wholesale Account Coordinator, Micheline manages and provides customer support to new and existing accounts. She coordinates and executes activities that support the SH-R LLC social enterprise’s key accounts along with promoting the Question Coffee™ brand in Rwanda. Micheline joined the team after spending three and a half years with the international in-flight catering company ASL Rwanda EPZE in Kigali as their customer liaison. She received a bachelor’s degree in Business Computing specializing in E-Marketing from APIIT in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Jean Bosco is a senior coffee master roaster and cupper for Sustainable Harvest® Rwanda with 14 years of experience in coffee. He has worked for Rwanda specialty coffee roasters as well as Stumptown Coffee Roasters in the United States. He has done a cupping training organized by the USAID Pearl project and attended barista school for coffee in the United States. He has a level A2 in Biology and Chemistry from Huye District (EAB).
Janvier is responsible for the coordination of logistics at SH-R LLC / Question Coffee™ in Rwanda. He is also a senior transport coordinator/driver. Prior to joining SH-R LLC, Janvier was a transport coordinator at National Unity & Reconciliation Commission. Before that, he worked as a private driver at National Commission of Science and Technology, African Development Consultants under USADF. Outside of SH-R, Janvier is on the audit committee of a cooperative of transportation called CODACE that works all over Rwanda. He holds a certificate in Computer Hardware and Networking from Tumba College of Technology and a certificate in Motor Vehicle Mechanics from Kavumu Driving School in Nyanza (Southern Province).
As manager of the Question Coffee™ Cafe in Kigali, Dan serves coffee from Rwandan women farmers trained through Sustainable Harvest®-Rwanda, telling customers about the inclusive supply chains that produced their coffee. Dan has worked in coffee for nearly 10 years—including as a barista and roaster—and is passionate about telling customers the story behind their coffee.