SECONDE NIMENYA is an author, inspirational speaker, a personal evolving coach, and mentor. Born and raised in Burundi, Central Africa, Seconde first moved to Canada and then the United States of America.
Seconde Nimenya is a leading advocate for the most vulnerable people in the world: women and children. Her compassion, expertise and life experiences have made her a key voice in global development; working on issues such as ending violence against women.
Today, she writes about her life journey, recounting her experiences of adversity, and sharing her life lessons.
She is also the Founder of the The NISE Youth Mentorship Center, a project that
aims to empower youth by teaching them life skills.
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I really enjoyed hearing you speak today and your message resonated with me.
I heard you say to serve others - that is what fulfills me with my work. I will keep you in mind for future events that we host as I'd love to have you share with others your story. I believe we learn from stories, which is why it is so very important we share them!
Chelsey G., Snohomish, WA
It was great meeting you at the summit. That was a great event. Your message is very powerful. I look forward to reading your book.
Thanks so much,
Seconde is an intelligent, passionate and inspiring woman who has not only survived adversity, but was able to evolve through it! Her book Evolving Through Adversity is a story of survival, forgiveness and perseverance touched me to the core, and will inspire you as well! It is an honor to know her."
"This book is great and so inspiring. I can’t even imagine moving
halfway across the world and readjusting to a new culture.
I really enjoyed
reading Evolving Through Adversity"
"If you are looking for a resource to give you hope and
for overcoming all life’s adversities, then, start here!”
a gift! Written by an extraordinary woman who, through much adversity, finds
incredible potential within herself.
This book is filled with lessons of
perseverance and hope, beneficial to everyone.”
"Growing up in a culture completely unlike our own, we learn about
the experiences of a little girl whose pain and history
shaped her into who she