for Community Service Organizations 


Is it your mission to provide business training and opportunities?


Would you rather have 'done-for-you' programs or 'do-it-yourself'?


Would vendor sales training help your people make more money?


Do you believe that easy turn key business models can change lives?





Allow me to introduce myself as a warrior for causes that uplift and empower low income women, youth and families.


I'm inviting leaders to sign up their groups to use our interactive and engaging membership learning platform.   


THE VILLAGE TO VENDOR PIPELINE is designed to be a community of communities. Take a look at our special programs for leaders of pop-up event vendors, and community initiatives.


Please share this page with like minded leaders who understand the value and power of sales training and done-for-you programs. 


Together, let's build an army of well trained social entrepreneurs to fight the war against poverty and hunger in America and abroad. 


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Founder and Visionary 


Vendor Sales Trainer & Course Creator 


Fair Trade Product Curator 


Blogger, Vlogger, Speaker 


Humanitarian Headwrap-preneur  


International Market Woman Extraordinaire




I'm open to travel for in person workshops and even relocating to open training centers in collaboration with others.   


I have plans for a 'Community Cottage Craft Collective'.  It's the evolution of the ‘Village to Village’ movement I started in Africa  in 1984, called Inspirit Arts.


I left my birthplace in Michigan to spend 18 years in Africa and Europe. Inspired by a vision to help eradicate poverty, I left University in France to start the Inspirit Arts cottage craft industry in Africa. This social enterprise raised funds for children’s causes in Kenya and Eswatini by making, and training volunteers of women’s organizations to be vendors.


My greatest gift to the world so far, was starting the now thriving rolled paper movement by going from village to village, in one African country after another, to teach destitute villagers in drought stricken areas how to upcycle paper into jewelry. 


Returning stateside to Ohio in 1995, I ran after school youth programs, while studying full time, and traveling the world to source handmade fashion to sell in my pop-up vendor booth. 


I've retired from vending to devote myself towards building 'The Vendor Academy' and 'The Village eStore' on this platform. They're full of products, courses and resources specifically for organizations to use in support of pop-up event vendors.


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This membership learning community and distribution network offers wholesale products, sales training courses and free resources to pop-up event vendors. There are two divisions:


#1: The Vendor Academy offers a unique specialized selling method for vendors to make at least one sale every ten minutes when promoting their own products and services at festivals, trade shows, marketplaces and special events. Vendor Training Courses Here

#2: The Village eStore gives vendors access to highly profitable fair trade handmade fashion accessories in wholesale packages that are imported from crafters living in remote villages worldwide. What the poorest people in the world need most is customers. Shop Here




Group membership rates help organizations fulfill their mission of more impact and revenue. The people they serve get access to online services as well as all the hands-on training needed for real life experience running a proven successful business. 



#1: Heart Healing Headwrap-preneurs Program for Women is an opportunity to continue the product line to an existing customer base for the handwoven headwraps, hats and headbands that I started vending in Ohio over 20 years ago. 


‘The Headwrap Vendor Method’ is a multi-cultural humanitarian project with the heart of healing the racial divide.


It involves selling, and also giving away free headwraps to comfort people suffering from chronic illness and hair loss in the community.


Shop, Sell, Serve Here



#2: Inspirit Arts Youth & Family Social Enterprise is the revival of the same cottage craft industry I developed in Africa for nine years. 


By upcycling free and inexpensive raw materials into highly profitable and marketable fashion products, youth members and their families will confidently follow a tried and tested business model for certain success. 


The vision is that graduates travel to duplicate this social enterprise worldwide.


Organizations that sign-up for group rates can request support in raising funds for their network to participate. 



Contact Miss NebSa to schedule a private Zoom presentation for more detailed information. 


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