Nzingah Oniwosan is a Haitian-American holistic health consultant, inspirational speaker, detox coach, yoga teacher, and raw vegan chef. As an award winning visual artist, classically trained pianist, published poet, and African and Haitian folklore dancer; she has created healing a modality that fuses holistic medicine with the arts. In 2005 she founded Sankofa’s Child, Inc, the focus was using the arts as means to engage, build, inspire, and heal individuals, families, and communities. Her commitment has allowed her to work with well over a forty thousand students, in south Florida and nationally; in addition to leading several professional development workshops at national and international conferences. Over the years Nzingah has become an advocate for children and adults with disabilities; as a result she as given several workshops designed to demonstrate how the arts could be used to reach children with special needs. . Nzingah has the fortunate opportunity to work with organizations like VSA Arts FL, Center Creative Education, Coral Springs Museum, Miami Children’s Museum, as well as Young Audiences in Baltimore, to name a few. Her work has been noted in periodicals like the Sun Sentinel (2006/2007), Essence Magazine (2014) and Art & Culture Magazine (Fall 2006). Nzingah’s most recent accolades include: a grant in 2014 by Broward Foundation to artistically engage a community in Pompano Beach, being featured in a documentary by Broward Foundation documenting her work as healing artist, and being named one of the 2015 “40 under 40” honorees by Legacy magazine. She is currently an artist-in-resident for Broward County School Board, as well as, Old Dillard Museum. Her most recent project is YesBabyILikeItRaw.com where she inspires people to tap in their “RAW” power to be a better version of the perceived self.