Sandra Dubose is a multitalented entertainer and a powerful force in the motivational speaking arena today. This nationally sought after orator is a professional actress and smooth jazz vocalist. She has an inspiring personal story of overcoming low self-esteem after losing all of the hair on her scalp and body due to the autoimmune disease, alopecia areata. In March 2011, she competed bald in a state-wide beauty pageant and was crowned 2011 Mrs. Black North Carolina. She made history and national headlines as the 1st Bald Beauty Queen of the state. She lives her song and is a living example of her powerful message of self-love and true self-acceptance.
She shares her personal life lessons and the six principles she used to shift her life from being a victim, to victorious in her life changing book, “My Crown and Glory, It’s Not About the Hair.”
In a humorous, open-hearted and down to earth presentation, Sandra engages her audience and leaves them informed, entertained and inspired with her quick wit and charisma. As a vocalist, and songwriter, Sandra clearly stands out from traditional public speakers as a triple threat and a rare find. Not only does she deliver a powerful message providing tips and strategies to empower women and teens, she then uses her musical and theatrical talent to enforce the message of her speaking topic by delivering a dynamic vocal performance that leaves audiences standing to their feet and empowered to change.
North Carolina Governors Conference for Women
Radio One Women’s Empowerment
National Alopecia Areata Foundation
Lupus Foundation of America
American Heart Association
Duke Medicine Women’s Health
North Carolina Community College Systems
Wake Technical Community College
The University of North Carolina at Pembroke
North Carolina Central University
Jack and Jill of America Foundation
Baylor School, Chattanooga Tennessee
Lincoln School, Providence Rhode Island