Earlier this year, looking into events going on in Ontario related to personal and professional growth and development, I came across an event in Vaughan that was right up my alley. I booked it right away. It was an event that aligned with my values in ways no other event I’d attended had before.
Sandra Chuma is from Zimbabwe. She is a storyteller, a filmmaker, a podcaster and an entrepreneur. Sandra’s passion in storytelling, empowering women and sharing stories helped ignite her desires to create the Woman on Fire Summit, the inaugural event of which was to have taken place April 5th of this year.
Her podcast, Nidini, is a collection of stories and truths of African women who are fearless leaders in their communities. Sandra’s value and passion for connection and community is demonstrated with her podcast and the creation of the Woman on Fire Summit, along with her filmmaking.
During her life, she’s learned how to stand in her truth, hold and value pride in herself, and overcome shrinking to make others feel more comfortable.
I recognize the privilege that comes with my platform, and I am committed to diversifying my content to create a more inclusive space.
I'm listening. I'm learning. I'm unlearning.
I am shifting my releases over the coming months to honour the Black community and amplify Black voices, and commit to maintaining an inclusive space from here on out.
Sandra’s Website: http://www.sandrachuma.com/
Sandra’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sandra.chuma/
Ndini Podcast Site: https://ndini.com/
Ndini’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/NDINImedia/
Woman on Fire Summit Website: https://womanonfiresummit.com/
Woman on Fire Summit Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/womanonfiresummit/
Frequency Podcast Network: The Safe Haven
Facebook: The Safe Haven