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Introducing myself and my journal: The Solopreneur Concept!


About Me:
Peace and Greetings! My name is Queen Sheba D Cisse
I am The Founder of Queen Sheba Village. I Started the Company with a very emotional wish to help aid women and chidren in Senegal after visiting several years ago. Queen Sheba Village first event is an online ongoing fashion business project created to generate income to aide future projects needed to educate the women in villages in Senegal I've always had a natural love for people, human beings, Period!
My interest of specialty is indeed Women. Women have children thus my passion is within this arena. My joy of women starts with my Mother, my grandmother, my greatgrandmother and my great great grandmother who was enslaved to the Americas.

I am a Marketing and Science graduate from Strayer University in Washington, DC. When in school I would discuss different issues with women and our concerns are the same globally in whatever market we are categorized in, it sent me home to ROOTS! My concern for women and children's welfare were mine own struggle and I example my life at the forefront of public service.

My Solopreneur journey began with a spritual quest for my advocacy to aide women and children before I traveled outside of my domestic soil here in America. I knew I was a African born in the USA, I was cystal clear on that! The thrill
of traveling to Senegal opened up many doors and for that I thank almighty ALLAH and my late mentor scholar husband King Imam Shaykh Assane Cisse of Medina Kaolack Senegal, West Africa (May ALLAH be pleased with his many missions serving humanity while living on earth, Amin.My Journey to Africa began what I so desperately needed to complete answers to deep purpose .I am the first of my mother's six children to hold on and give back to our ancestral heritage.I love to travel and have lived, been, visited and camped in many states in beautiful blessed America. It was my dream come true to voyage internationally,and in doing so have again visited and camped in many villages in Senegal sharing and caring for women and chidren physically,medically,socially and aiding financially whenever, however and wherever there was a need and indeed launching Queen Sheba Village .My two loving daughters give QSV organization my birth name and with our extended QSV Senegal supportive family we gave it wings to thrive for the concern of humanity.

I am the youngest of my mother's four girls with two brothers and I made it my business first and foremost to engage my five wonderful children to support the cause and now Queen Sheba Village is a family affair. I also aspire to write following my beloved mother Daisy Renne (ALAMBAMA DAISY Black And Poor In The Deep South, In My Mother's House ) who is a author and a entrepreneur as so my beloved grandmother. Writing,speaking amd sharing with others brings great joy to me and Funding Africa was our first project to generate funds to aide programs, assisting many using my artistic expression to compliment Africa. I admire the arts and the humanities including modeling, research and speaking. My passion... oh well let me put my skills to the test!

My Passions:

My Challenges:
Growing with Challenge.

My Vision for the Future:
Queen Sheba Village #1!

My Areas of Expertise:
Educating, Speaking, Advocacy




Fatima Waziri's picture

Hey there! Queen, Welcome to

Hey there! Queen, Welcome to PulseWire!

It’s so exciting having you with us, I am sure you will have a fabulous time with your new online friends as well as find this to be a very positive experience. I encourage you to take advantage of the numerous resources and features available through our vibrant online community.

Welcome again to our global community and I look forward to hearing more from you here on PulseWire!


I thank you Fatima for your warm welcome, I really appreciate it and looking forward to share with everyone here.

Queen Sheba D Cisse

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