M.A., Indiana University of Pennsylavnia
(Fall 2017 Cohort)
Senoumou Keita is a Doctoral student in Communication Studies from Mali (West Africa). He received a Bachelor’s of Art from Kansas State University in 2008, and a dual Masters in Public Affairs and in Employment and Labor Relations from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2016.
Senoumou is in Health Communication with a concentration on Communication and Disability. His research focuses on: What better communication strategies to advocate for the integration and reinsertion of marginalized groups like street kids (beggars), and people who have suffered from leprosy.
Senoumou has worked for the American Cultural Center in Bamako-Mali as an English as a Foreign Language teacher from 2009-2011. He also has worked for Duane Reade as a pharmacy Technician in New York City 2011-2013. In summer 2015, he worked at the Embassy of Mali in Washington D.C Senoumou speaks French fluently, can read and write German and Arabic. He has a passion for sport, and community service.