Meet Miss Kenya USA 2014 Kora Hardy, a Delegate in the Miss Africa USA Pageant

Kora Hardy is currently the Kenyan Delegate in this years’ Miss Africa USA pageant. Kora attained her Masters in Special Education Severe Needs and is currently a Lead Therapist at a behavioral service company, while also completing coursework towards becoming a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.

Her desire to address the need of proper educational and behavioral services for those on the autism spectrum stems from her years of service as an ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) therapist and seeing the need of these services in her home country and throughout all of Africa. Ultimately her goal is to establish an ABA center in Kenya, with targets including in-home services and an emphasis on family training.

Kora enjoys track and field; having been a track and field scholarship athlete in college (surprisingly to many as a sprinter!!), cooking, and spending time with her family. With such a great love of traveling, Kora has travelled to a number of countries which cultivated her love of meeting people from many cultures, tasting new foods and being a global citizen.

Vote for her online at www.missafricausa.org/?portfolio=miss-kenya-2014-kora-hardy.

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Wanja Hardy

Vote for my sister, Miss Kenya USA 2014 for People's Choice for the upcoming Miss Africa USA pageant. Voting is available until August and there is not limit on the number of votes. You are free to vote every two minutes. Thanks everyone for the continued support. Lets help her take home this win for the greatest country in Africa, KENYAAAA!!

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Patrick Ngari
please vote on this link: http://missafricausa.org/?portfolio=miss-kenya-2014-kora-hardy

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