Jocelyn Mizero is one of those leaders! Jocelyn is a Gashora Girls Academy 2013 graduate. After graduation she attended Lafayette College where she earned her B.S. in Biology. After graduating in 2018 she worked for Tiba Foundation in Kenya where carried out a fact-finding mission to develop an Accident and Emergency Nursing program in an emergency room at Matibabu Foundation Hospital. After 5 months of service she worked for Tiba in San Francisco as a Development and Communication intern. This fall she returned home to Rwanda where she is currently a surgery research officer with Partners in Health in Rwanda. Her passion lies in public health research.
The following article was written by Jocelyn as she has been inspired by the international campaign, Orange the World: 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence.