Founder / President
Berthe Kuinkam is an accomplished registered nurse with over 18 years of experience in the medical field. Born in the northern region of Cameroon, she was the second of her parent’s children together. After the devastating loss of her father at just the tender age of five years old, she and her siblings were left to fend for themselves as their mother went to figure how to better assist them. Years later, with little to no means she found herself pregnant while she pursued a degree in family law. Having fallen victim to the instability and injustices of Cameroon her entire life, she wanted better for her children and immigrated to the United States with her family in year 2000.
Having once been in their shoes, Berthe started the ADO Foundation to make sure orphans, and disenfranchised children are provided with the bare minimum. A devoted mother of three, she understands the importance of guidance and mentorship. Between learning a new language, nursing school, and having to earn a living in a strange country, guidance was not always something she was able to provide her own children with. Especially coming home tired from twelve-hour shifts at work. Although she did her best, through the ADO Foundation, she hopes to be able to impact the lives of c children around the world better than she did her own.
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