Aimee holds a Bachelor’s degree in Healthcare Management with a concentration in Global Perspectives from Southern New Hampshire University. Before joining Jigsaw, she worked at the Community-based Sociotherapy Adapted for Refugees (COSTAR) initiative in partnership with the University of Rwanda, which focused on the mental health and wellbeing of refugees in Gihembe camp. She then worked as a Youth Researcher on Voices of Refugee Youth, a project which explored the impacts of post-primary education on refugees in Kiziba camp. She has also worked as a research intern at the City University of New York, where she studied the impacts of higher education on refugees, again in Kiziba. She is not only interested in education for refugees, but also in addressing key issues in the education sector more broadly.