Patience has six years of experience in the non-profit sector and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from the University of Liberia while working as a youth development practitioner and outspoken advocate for women’s rights. Patience is currently working on the More4Education Campaign in conjunction with the Inclusive Development Initiative on a USAID/LAVI –funded education project to lobby the Liberia’s government for increased funds for education in order to address the obstacles faced by students with disabilities. She also continues to devote time to the Taking Actions for Girls organization in her role as founder and Executive Director, providing support, mentoring, counselling and educational opportunities for young women in Liberia. Through these experiences, she has developed strong project management, implementation and communication skills. Campaigners for Change International awarded Patience  a High-Performance Leadership Award in 2015 for her advocacy and community work. She is passionate about human rights, conflict resolution, public policy and female empowerment.