In 2004 Sarah took the journey to Sierra Leone to meet her birth father and family and discovered she was considered a mahaloi, the child of a Paramount Chief, with the status of a princess.
She is available for public speaking engagements and appearances for schools, businesses, and organizations.
Guest Parking Private parking is possible on site for free.
Internet Wireless internet is available in public areas for free.
After discovering that she was related to African royalty, a ruling Mende family in Sierra Leone and she was considered a mahaloi, Sarah co-founded the non-profit with her brother Hindo.
Formed in 2006 to support education, and the rebuilding of Bumpe High School after the 11 year Blood Diamond war, the organization has now expanded its mission to include female empowerment and public health in the Bumpe Chiefdom of 44,000 people with the goal to expand the work throughout the country.
Sarah covers a variety of topics including education and community outreach, diversity and inclusion, adoption, finding your roots, overcoming your fears to live your dreams, women and girls conversations, and her experience as an African Princess.
They feature bathrooms with bath sheets and towels.