“He makes things structurally fit and ready to perform—from software to peopleware.”
He makes things structurally fit and ready to perform—from software to peopleware.
Kwabena Osei, a senior in the computer engineering program, and a native of Botswana, helps people achieve their goals, whether it’s through software engineered to meet a client’s needs or at the Leach Center, where he is a senior instructor of fitness, training clients, and evaluating and educating fitness instructors.
His credentials, for both body and mind, are rock solid. He is a Certified Personal Trainer (ACE and IFPA) and a member of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), the largest student-managed organization in the country. He unites his fitness knowledge and engineering aptitude in his role as administrator at the Leach Center—assessing the fitness program’s customer service and processing the program statistics for the vice president of Student Affairs.
Enormous responsibilities, long hours. But Kwabena is an energizer—continually modeling his passion for fitness to those around him.
His degree, and his ability to help people reach their goals, will make him an attractive candidate to employers, who often seek FSU graduates from the computer engineering program.