ABOUT COACH KAMSHUKA
Kamshuka is an award winning entrepreneur and community leader. She has been a full time entrepreneur for over 15yrs and owned serial businesses. Always using her platform to live out her message. Kamshuka took home the 2014 Best Black Female Photographer award and is the recipient of the 2010 Aroni Award for Youth and Community Leadership.
Coming from humble beginnings and experiencing rejection and abandonment, Kamshuka is a war child survivor of the Ugandan civil war and later once her family reunited in the. Middle East, they survived the 1990 Gulf War as well. She has experienced PTSD, depression, mental & emotional trauma from childhood leaving her drained, hopeless & suicidal as a teenager. Choosing to live after many failed attempts she has determined in her heart to live each day full and overcome her childhood traumas including sexual abuse.
Kamshuka has also been featured in publications such as Soulful Image, Shoutout Atlanta, Voyage LA & Voyage ATL. She continues to disrupts old patterns of thinking & encourages her audience to consider the quality of their thoughts. She creates spaces for Inspired, elevated & deep soul conversations bringing out the magic of being a celebrated warrior.
Kamshuka is now a published author of 3 books - “Becoming Warrior”, “The Upgrade” & co-author of “GirlPower Uncensored” and has taken her message and story internationally speaking and teaching her audience how to manage their emotions and master their minds.
Showing them there is life after war, and peace after trauma. She is a practicing "Mindfulness Practitioner" and "Certified Life & Wellness Coach". Her focus on Self love & well-being has allowed her to bring life to pain and fuel to fear as we move through this journey called life.
She has been recognized as one of Canada’s Women making History, she has also captured the hearts of her people in Uganda, naming her an Empowered Woman of Power as seen on Uganda’s national network of NTV. as & an advocate against human trafficking, who spent time in the city of Kolkata, India, to rescue woman sold into sex slavery.