Olivier Muhirwa


Olivier is a highly motivated individual who has experience in journalism. He was graduating at the National University of Rwanda in the School of Journalism and communication in 2013, and he is certified in Advanced  Multimedia and Online Journalism from International Institute of Journalism in Berlin (Germany) . He excited about creating his first English language podcast.

Olivier emigrated from Rwanda to Germany to continue his education. He then immigrated to the United States with hopes of use his current skills and to continue to learn as technology advances. 

He shares his personal experience with the Rwanda genocide in the first episode. Do you have a question for Olivier? You can find his contact information here.



Brooke has a Master's Degree in Social Work with an emphasis on mental health and addictions. She previously worked as a mental health therapist. She was shocked by the story of Brendan Dassey in the series "Making a Murderer" - previously unaware of the societal issue of wrongful conviction. Her new understanding of the justice system and the injustices within it inspired her to take action.

Brooke is the producer and one of the hosts of several advocacy based podcasts including Actual InnocenceConvicted, and A&E's Cold Case Files: The Podcast.

She will be assisting with two additional podcasts being released in the spring: Buried Alive and Genocide.

Contact Brooke by visiting the contact information page.