Prior to the Liberian civil war, I migrated to Nigeria as a refugee. while on the refugee camp, the Peculiar Sister was established by a group of Liberian Christian refugee girls, which of course I was a member. I also served as an usher in a local church (House of Prayer).
Four years after, I moved back home (Liberia) where I enrolled into the university of Liberia to pursue higher education. I earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology and emphasizes in Public Administration. I also had hands-on training with local and international organizations relative to community service.
Having attended the Justice, Development and Peace Catholic Secretarial School on the refugee camp, I was employed by the university of Liberia as a secretary in the office of the Dean of the college of science and technology upon my returned in 1998. In 2004, I also worked as a Data Based Officer for Christian Children Fun – now Child Fund during the disarmament process of child soldiers; 2006, I worked as a Project Secretary/Coordinator for the Young Women Christian Association (YWCA), where I worked with under privileged girls in skilled training; leaving the private sector, in 2011, I was employed by the Ministry of Health/ Bong County Health Team as a Hospital Administrator in the only Maternity Hospital in Bong County central Liberia, where I served until I moved to the United State in 2015.
Presently, I’m studying nursing at the Harrisburg Area Community College-HACC, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania