Her clientele includes University of Bristol & K.U.K Alliance.
Sisanda uses her lived experience of overcoming child sex abuse as well as life coaching and youth mentorship expertise to engage with employees and leaders. She passionately empowers and equips them to implement mindset and practical strategies that pioneer personal and professional growth. She touches on self-awareness, resilience & career fulfilment
She also works with professionals who work with young people providing expert insight into young people's social & emotional needs.
From schools to colleges & universities, Sisanda speaks on social and emotional learning topics.
She confidently speaks the language of generation Z, understands their issues and is very transparent in her approach which makes her relatable and even more empowering for the younger generation.
The challenges she's overcome have uniquely matured her to also be able to effectively communicate with fellow millennials and older generations.
If you want a life-changing speaker for your event, then look no further.
"Sisanda is an emotionally moving transformational speaker who challenges you to look at the roots of your insecurity, flaws, sadness and challenge it. It's a God-given gift to be able to inspire the way that she does. She inspires me to be more like the person God intended me to be and that is priceless."
Staffordshire University Graduate
We had the pleasure of having Sisanda speak at our K.U.K Ladies Luncheon this year. The strength of this woman is amazing. Our guests left empowered and inspired.
"Sisanda's confidence and nature in public speaking is BEAUTIFUL. She has the audience eating out of her power."
Public Speaker & Advocate
When Sisanda came to speak, I did not expect someone to tell their truth so elegantly and the struggles of mental health that come after trauma. She inspired me to overcome my fear since starting university and put myself out there. I decided to conquer my fear of singing in public and I have never been so grateful because the first step is always the hardest.
Bristol University Student