He co-founded African STEM Education Initiative (ASEI) in 2020 and has since January 2021 worked with the Organization as an Interim Director of Operations & Strategy in which role he is involved with strategic plan development and offering guidance in its implementation, research to ascertain baseline evidences, developing creative methods to achieve the different objectives and ensuring legal and institutional compliance.
During the last half of 2020, he was an apprentice with the Uganda Investment Authority in the youth apprenticeship program where he was involved in research to establish issues faced with cassava farmers in Acholi sub-region of Northern Uganda and delivered trainings to enable farmers participate actively in the cassava value chain and increase returns from their crops.
In 2016, he tutored Chemistry, Mathematics and ICT at Our Lady of Africa S.S Mukono as a teaching assistant. He was also honored by the school in the same year as he graduated Advanced Level of Education as the 3rd best student in ICT UACE Exams in the whole country.
Crevan graduated with Honors Bachelor’s Degree in Agriculture at Gulu University. At the University, he served as machines and projects coordinator with Gulu University Christian Union (GUCU) and as an organizing secretary minister in the Faculty of Agriculture and Environment [2018-2019].
Crevan is passionate about technology advancements and technologically aided systems and has attained Huawei ICT engineer associate level certification in Routing and Switching, Wireless Networks, Cloud Computing, Internet of Things, Network Security and Datacom at the Huawei ICT Academy.