Clarisse Niwenshuti holds a bachelor's degree in forestry and nature conservation from University of Rwanda. She worked as technician at the” Organisation for Support to the Environment Protection and Climate Change Adaptation” (OSEPCCA) where she was in charge of nursery management, tree planting and community extension. She volunteered at Rwamagana District and was involved in Forest Management and woody Biomass Energy support (FMBE) project evaluation activities.
Currently, Clarisse works in Albertine Rift Conservations as cell community extension officer in "agroforestry and livelihoods project" where she is in charge of community extension, support tree nursery managers and farmers in tree planting.
She is very passionate on nature conservation and enjoys to walk and breath a good air from gardens and street trees. she also enjoys watching Soccer as an additional hobby.