Patience Zeor Zelee is the name of this very strong woman. Patience was born on January 1,1996 in Liberia, West Africa but was raised in Ghana, East Africa on the Buduburam Refugee Camp where she completed her high school degree in 2014.
Patience later moved back to Monrovia, Liberia, East Africa to acquire her first degree from Adventist University of West Africa in Accounting in 2019. Patience is the youngest of six children from her mother who passed away a few months after her birth.
Patience is now working with LY2NK Foundation and is proud and honored to be a part of such a great team that is inspiring and empowering young people especially Africans to be great leaders and citizens.
Patience loves to help others learn new things. Her dream is to help less fortunate people, especially orphans and she is passionate about teaching and training young girls to become leaders in society. With the help of LY2NK Foundation which shares the same values, these dreams will become a reality.