Tuesday, April 17, 2018

LA Black Entrepreneur Shares Powerful Immigration Story

Get The Scoop Weekly On Southeast Queens. Subscribe to Our Mailing List. Receive the Latest Events, News, Jobs, and Top Community Economic Development Stories Like this one Click Here

 Los Angeles, CA  -- Bineta Ngom is the founder of the Family Bridge Foundation, a non-profit organization based in the state of California. The philanthropist is thrilled to announce the release of her book titled Becoming an Angel of Change. The book brilliantly captures the philanthropic vision of a Senegalese immigrant mother to America with a calling to serve others. Becoming an Angel of Change will allow the readers to understand how she walked on her life’s path and the long journey as an immigrant to the United States.

Sponsor's Message Below...

 Best Networking Group Post Ad

Article Continues Below...

The book is available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Author House

Bineta's proactive stance on making the lives of people around her better began to show up at the age of 8. She is 1 of 5 children to a widowed mother at the mere age of four; Bineta's early childhood largely shaped her view on poverty and suffering.

"If we discover our purpose, we find our way and our strength; then we can end any discordance and disharmony in our lives, and live the most fulfilled live ever," said Bineta Ngom, author of Becoming an Angel of Change. "My goals are to inspire people, especially parents, to make a change within themselves and to get involved for a better world."

"It's very important for all of us to know that one of the best solutions to help our children advance fearlessly in their future is to come together as a community, to invest and take care of our community and to be role models to the young generations. We should instill love, respect and compassion for them to express themselves freely and find their full potential," she added.

In 1994, Bineta came to America for a two-month visit; inspired by Oprah Winfrey, Bineta decided to stay in America to make a change in her community. One of the awkward moments for Bineta was leaving behind almost everyone she called friends and family; including her nine-year old son. The sense of solitude that comes with this could have been crippling, but Bineta could see through the haze and envisioned the change she could achieve with the resources that were available to her in America.

Bineta's dream is to build shelters and women's counseling centers throughout Senegal and to have a kitchen to serve food to the homeless in Los Angeles.

For more information, kindly visit www.fambf.org and www.aparentsvision.com

About Bineta Ngom
Bineta Ngom is an immigrant mother of 4, born and raised in Senegal and live in Los Angeles with her children. Her philanthropic life started back in Senegal when she was eight years old. With her pursuit to make a bigger impact for youths, she created a talk show in her own language "Wolof" to raise awareness on education, opportunities, and health.

Sponsor's Messages Below

Farmers Pizza

 Farmers Pizza Menu

Sponsor's Message Below

Give The Gift Of Beautiful And Affordable Photo Realistic Or Ethnic Art For The Holidays

World Class Sophisticated Art Can Portray Your Love This Holiday Season  - Discover Exceptional Black Art, Get Exclusive Custom Framing, and Receive Expert Photography from Renowned Local Artist Click Here

Beautify Your Home and Accentuate Your Life - Discover Exceptional Black Art, Get Exclusive Custom Framing, and Receive Expert Photography from Renowned Local Artist Click Here

Checkout Similar Articles Below


Posted by community events coordinator, Nzinga Lonstein Austin, is a prolific blogger who writes on the entertainment industry and issues for people with developmental and physical challenges.

She is presently in high school looking to have a career in video, film, and media. You can see more of her entertainment writing on Lonstein Movies.

About the Southeast Queens Scoop - is the premier website and only publication offering daily news and updates on the events, culture, issues, and is dedicated to the business and economic development in this largely black historic community.

The publication targets the over 350,000 residents in the Southeast Queen and Jamaica Queens area. It promotes to over 40,000 potential viewers in social media, mobile devices and search engines like Google and Bing!  To learn more about how to promote your business or organization on the Scoop or online Click Here

 No Spam Only The Scoop On Southeast Queens

No comments:

Post a Comment