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After many long nights, countless meetings, Mongai and I proud to announce our campaign for South Africa! The exciting part is our anonymous donor who has pledged to match every dollar we fundraise up to $100 000! Praise God! Please read below to learn more about our campaign and first upcoming conference in Johannesburg! Thank you so much to all who've made this a possibility #ShareYourStory
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Mpumi Nobiva, a graduate student at High Point University and Oprah Winfrey’s mentee, shares her story of adversity, determination and reliance on God with WGHP’s Bob Buckley. Nobiva travels the world with her Share Your Story campaign, speaking at White House Summits and building her brand. She strives to improve not only herself, but the world around her by sharing her story. Click to read the full story High Point University's website.
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There’s sunlight streaming through the floor-to-ceiling glass windows of Cottrell Hall’s International Concourse, where Mpumi Nobiva has set up shop to start her day.
With her laptop, phone and bag full of textbooks, she looks like other college students at High Point University with project deadlines. But talk to her, and layers of an unexpec...
Image: Mpumi addresses 52 00 summit attendees. Follow Instagram: @mpumi_nobiva & Twitter: @mpuminobiva_g to stay posted!
View Full Segment: Mpumi Introduces "Mom Oprah" & Oprah Winfrey Interviews First Lady Michelle Obama
#Repost: 5 takeaways from the White House's United State of Women Summit
By Soraya Nadia McDonald | Jun 16, 2016
Special to espnW.com
The White House Council on Women and Girls hosted the United State of Women Summit on Monday, which brought ...
Some might say Nompumelelo "Mpumi" Nobiva was born lucky. As a gangly 13-year-old, she managed to convince Oprah Winfrey and Gayle King that she was an "It" girl ... "I don't know what I came up with; I didn't even know what that meant!" Tall and athletic, Mpumi exudes the kind of energetic confidence of a young woman accustomed to attention. If she was unsure of her "it" status then, there's no doubt about it now. Whatever she came up with sufficiently impressed "Mom O": Mpumi was admitted to ...
I believe in the Power of sharing personal narratives because I have seen it work and transform my own life. I was born into the oppression of abject poverty in South Africa and was orphaned at the age of 9 when my mother died of AIDS. Now in 2016, 14 years after my mother's passing, I am no longer oppressed. I own the power of my narrative.
Today I lead by sharing my story as a Global Motivational & Empowerment Speaker. Every time I share with others some of the tragic experiences ...