Borso is The Washington Post’s news assistant in West Africa. She mainly conducts interviews and research for stories written by the bureau chief. They've reported dozens of front page articles from across the region. Her university degrees include a MSc in Human Rights (2018), a MA in American and Caribbean Studies (2013), a double undergraduate degree in Social Work (2012) and in Global English (2011). Borso is the recipient of several international scholarships including the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders, an initiative of President Barack Obama in 2016. In 2017, she joined the Chevening network as a scholar appointed at the University of Glasgow. These experiences have allowed her to build an interesting professional profile around education, gender, youth and human rights. Borso's fluency in English, French and Wolof have enabled her to exchange with wider populations from West Africa and report on-time breaking news in English.
- Global Health Reporting Initiative: Vaccines and Immunization in Africa and Latin America and the Caribbean