Sandra Chuma is inspirational speaker, entrepreneur, podcast host, and award-winning documentary filmmaker. She believes that our greatest responsibility is to share our stories so we can inspire and create possibility for others.
Sandra is the founder of NDINI, a platform focused on telling the stories of inspiring, trailblazing women of African descent. In the words of Liberian Peace Activist Leymah Gbowee:
“You have not heard it before, because it is an African woman’s story, and our stories rarely are told. I want you to hear mine.”
NDINI aims to inspire, educate and entertain, and to encourage all women to believe in who they are and what they’re truly capable of.
She is also the founder of Woman on Fire Summit, an event that bring women of all races and backgrounds together for a high-energy day of inspiration, transformation, connection and entertainment.
In what her husband jokingly refers to as her “mid-life crisis’, in 2015 Sandra stepped away from the management consulting company they built, to go back to school. She was accepted into the prestigious Columbia Journalism School, graduating with a Master’s Degree with Honours in Multimedia Journalism & Documentary Filmmaking. The Faculty was so impressed by her that they created a position making her the inaugural Documentary Fellow. Following graduation, Sandra produced two award-winning documentary films, that played at film festivals across the world.
Sandra’s mission is to bring awareness to stories that celebrate our infinite potential. Through multimedia content, live events, mentorships, and merchandise, Sandra’s mission is to ignite every woman’s inner fire, so they can reach for the ‘more’ they were meant to have; and to inspire them to create better futures for themselves and their communities.
You can find her here:
IG - sandra.chuma
FB - mssandrachuma