Laurée is a human rights activist and the national women’s league coordinator of Peuple au service de la Nation (PSN), an opposition political party originally from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), but now also with operational administrative headquarters in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Since University, she has volunteered as a human rights defender. Amongst her milestones is co-founding the African Students Society, an organisation with the aim of protecting foreign nationals in South African universities by speaking out against Xenophobic and intolerant dogmatic attitudes and behaviours.

Laurée is a 2016 graduate, with a degree in Retail Business Management, obtained from the University of Johannesburg (UJ) in South Africa.

In 2017 she coordinated women from her political party, PSN and participated in ground activities in DRC such as mass mobilisation and protest actions against the dictatorial regime of DRC. As a result of her activism, she was no longer welcome in DRC and was accused, by operatives of the government, of inciting women to protest against the regime. To avoid arrest, she emigrated to living in exile in South Africa.

Her life commitment and desire is to, through her position in PSN, advance a project which focuses on increasing women participation in public office through free, fair and credible elections.