Kahmann moved to Kentucky in 1993 and became active in several local groups, such as the Kenton County Republican Women's Club and the Florence Women's Club.
"In her efforts to lead a movement protecting children from child pornography, particularly on the internet, she has met many national and world leaders, including Pope John Paul II," Jagger told the television station. "Her work earned support across political party lines and many faiths."
Wearing her graduation robes and accompanied by her two daughters, Kahmann called her ceremony a special moment.
"I always wanted to go to college," Kahmann said. "I never got to go myself, but I wanted to, and, all of a sudden, at age 90-something, I thought maybe I should do that! I am so honored to be finally getting a college degree. It's something I used to dream about."