Originally from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Kashoro holds an undergraduate degree in International Studies and Diplomacy from the State University of New York at Oneonta, NY (2005), and a graduate degree in Public Administration from Strayer University at Washington, DC Campus (2011). As a result of her work with sexually abused women and their children in the DRC, she entered George Mason University in 2015, to pursue a PhD in Conflict Analysis and Resolution and Gender Studies. Kashoro’s previous research (thesis) focused on a study of HIV epidemic among Congolese women in the eastern region of the DRC from 1996 to 2011. She witnessed and learned how gender-based violence used in conflict in the DRC destroyed lives of many Congolese women and girls. Therefore, she felt a strong conviction to give back to these women and their unwanted children through education and protection programs leading to promotion of self-confidence and survival skills.
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