Born in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Patricia Lokwa Servant is a Congolese American radio host of CongoLive!. She left the Congo at the age of 8 and has lived in West Africa, particularly Senegal before moving to the United States in her teenage years.
At a young age, she understood the importance of Education as a driving force in changing the future of Africa. This is why she is currently majoring in Elementary School Education focusing on Special Education. She also is a student member at the Association of African Students in the Diaspora (AASD) and United Partners of Hope (UPH) which focuses on supporting first generation African immigrants and their transition into the American education system.
She has four years of experience at Crossway Community (CC) in The Family Leadership Academy (FLA) a Montessori educational program designed to give single, economically disadvantaged mothers the tools they need to become effective parents and prepare them to succeed in education, in the workplace, and in the global economy.
Lokwa is also a Development Consultant with the Friends of the Congo. She brings her passion and dynamic enthusiasm for Africa to her work around change in the Congo.
As a host of CongoLive, she brings a cultural perspective of growing up in both Africa and the United States.
Congo Love: Founded in 2015 by Congo Live Radio host Patricia Lokwa, Congo Love has been in action in supporting and organizing Afro Rumba Night in Washington DC, Congo in Harlem in New York and Congo Love Soccer Tournament in Kinshasa, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and participating in the Launch of ‘KONGO: Power & Majesty” at the metropolitan museum of art.
Interviews: Voice of America (RM Show), Vous et Nous and Bolingo Ya Congo (CNTV) in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Host of Congo Live.