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Legs of Tornado: The Human Who Outran the Wind Paperback – Large Print, July 15, 2016

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US citizen Felicien Aroni Kanyamibwa, PhD, was born in Rwanda. He grew up in both Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Kanyamibwa received his PhD in business administration from Penn State University, University Park. He also holds an MS in quantitative business analysis and management information systems from Louisiana State University.

While in Rwanda, Kanyamibwa worked as a senior executive in the banking, manufacturing, and civil engineering industries. In the United States, his professional career has included teaching at the university level and fulfilling executive roles for various technology, financial, and pharmaceutical companies. He has been published in both academic and professional journals.

When not writing, Kanyamibwa enjoys reading; exploring ethnic, modern, and classical art and music; and telling stories from his homeland.


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