Keiko Fujimori graduated from the Peruvian Catholic School
Colegio Sagrados Corazones RecoletaKenji, Hiro and Sachi also studied at Recoleta. The following year, she travelled to the United States to pursue a bachelor's degree in Business Administration. She began her studies at Stony Brook University, and graduated in 1997 from Boston University with a business degree. She received her M.B.A. from Columbia Business School in 2008.
(Recoleta Academy of the Sacred Hearts) in 1992; her siblings
In August 1994, after the divorce of her parents, Keiko was appointed First Lady of Peru. At 19 years of age and still a student, from April 1994 to November 2000, she assumed the administration of
Fundación por los Niños del Perú (Foundation for the Children of Peru), and created Fundación Peruana Cardioinfantil (Peruvian Foundation for Infant Cardiology), which she presided over from 1996 to 2006, and dedicated her activities to help low-income families nationwide. She summoned the Peruvian business community to contribute to her social projects.
Her mother, Susana Higuchi, said that she was subjected to repeated efforts to silence her accusations of corruption involving her husband, President Fujimori, and his close relatives with donations from Japan. In 2001, Higuchi told investigators probing the corruption of the Fujimori years that she had been tortured "five hundred times" by the intelligence services of the Peruvian Army. and told the press that President Fujimori had ordered for her to be killed, to which the president's right hand, Vladimiro Montesinos had refused on the ground of being a devout Catholic. Her father denied that Higuchi had been tortured. He said the scars on her back and neck were not from torture but from a traditional Japanese herbal treatment called moxibustion.