“Here's to strong women. May we know them. May we be them. May we raise them.”Maya Angelou
Oh friend, if you love this quote you are going to love today’s guest, Sandra Chuma.
For more than 15 years, Sandra has successfully blended business leadership, entrepreneurial innovation and creativity. Sandra hopes to provide access to the untold stories of exceptional African women that will resonate, inspire and ignite strength through her podcast, Ndini.
>>She believes that our greatest responsibility is to share our stories so we can inspire, and create possibilities for others.<<
Today, we talk about how Sandra went from being raised in a mud hut in Zimbabwe to attaining her Masters degree from Columbia Journalism School, her mission of changing the singular narrative the world has about African women and so much more.
My favorite part about the interview is that Sandra is in the messy middle, just like the rest of us.
Her business journey isn’t “finished” and she doesn’t have all of the answers.
>>Sandra simply shares what she is passionate about and hopes it helps someone else along the way.<<
Sandra is undoubtedly one of the most educated, inspiring, and powerful women I have ever known and I am so honored to have shared this vulnerable conversation with you. Click play to get inspired >>HERE!<<
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Sandra Chuma holds postgraduate degrees in marketing and journalism, including a Master of Science degree with Honours in Multimedia Journalism & Documentary Filmmaking from Columbia Journalism School. She is a multimedia journalist and award-winning documentary filmmaker, and was selected as the inaugural Documentary Fellow during her time at Columbia University. For more than 15 years, Sandra has successfully blended business leadership, entrepreneurial innovation and creativity. The concept for her podcast, Ndini, was born from Sandra’s desire to support and empower the young women in her life, having endured a personal struggle to find representation in the media that celebrated true African potential. Still feeling as though the narratives are restricted, Sandra hopes to provide access to the untold stories of exceptional African women that will resonate, inspire and ignite strength. She believes that our greatest responsibility is to share our stories so we can inspire, and create possibility for others.