Ibrahim Brice Dier Koue, soon 30 years old, did his primary and secondary studies in Louga before returning to Dakar at the age of 15 for the 1st and Terminale classes. The obtained baccalaureate, integrated the ISM where he obtains a license in management of the companies before going to make a first master in Human Resources Management in Fes, Morocco.
Back in Senegal, he continued studies in other fields, cumulating with work as HR manager of a communication agency. He left the agency two years later to become a teacher in Management, Personal Development, Rh and Geopolitics in various higher training schools including ISM, IFAGE, IPE.
Its slogan: “Make your world what you want it to be”.
In 2014, he created with two friends, the firm JUBRIA, which evolves in coaching in personal development and capacity building, market research and support for the implementation of a Quality Management System.
Today, Brice teaches at the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) where he teaches “Democracy and Good Governance in Africa” and “Contemporary Issues in Senegalese Politics” courses to American students.
In addition to these activities, Brice is an activist and blogger and co-hosts the twin column with his brother.
He is also author of a collection of poetry (By words and feelings) published in 2008 and an autobiographical notebook (memories and perspectives) published in 2014.
Its slogan: “make your world what you want it to be”.
Favorite quote: “Humility, which should not be confused with humiliation, means lucidity”. Pierre Rabhi
Good luck and courage for the Brice suite