Kossi graduated with Masters from the Department of International Relations with focus on development in 2019. Born in Togo, he has been living in the United States since 2009. After graduating from CEU, he briefly worked for the NYS Department of Labor as applicants’ assistant agent, and with the U.S Census Bureau as census enumerator supervisor.
Currently, Kossi's working with the U.S Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) as Planning Administrative Support Specialist to provide assistance to people before, during and after national disasters, and major health crisis.
Why does he volunteer as an Alumni Chapter Leader?
Long before I ever came across this important quote below, I always thought from very young age that helping and reaching out to others has great value, and it is a virtue we should all embrace because of pleasurable feeling it engenders.
“It is of course required of a [Human] that [s/he] should benefit his/ [her] fellow [Human] — many if [s/he] can; if not, a few; if not a few, those who are nearest; if not these, himself/ [herself]. For when [s/he] renders himself/ [herself] useful to others, he/ [she] engages in public affairs.” — Seneca.