Evonné Kaho is a transgendered spiritual activist and educator. As a Black Trans woman and survivor of domestic violence, Evonné struggles everyday against intolerance, pain and injustice with an open heart. She holds a B.A. degree from Alcorn State University and a Master’s in Business Administration, Technology, and Management, from the University of Phoenix. Kaho is the founder and CEO of the first Black Transgender nonprofit in the state of Mississippi, Love Me Unlimited 4 Life, an interdisciplinary organization that offers resources, education, counseling and support to Mississippi’s LGBTQ community and those living with HIV.
She serves on the National Advisory Board of Positively Trans, a project of the Transgender Law Center, the Jackson Mississippi Medical Mall HIV Planning Committee and is a co-founder and active member of Sister’s Helping Every woman Rise and Organize (SHERO), and mother of a teenage daughter. Her latest labor of love is materializing as she is in the process of establishing a shelter for LGBTQ and HIV positive youth and adults affectionately named, Evonné 4EverCaring.