Haseena Patel is a South African Mind-Body-Spirit Breakthrough coach, Chief Trailblazer of Yogi Soul Sage, author, poet, international keynote speaker, Akashic Records reader, meditation teacher and yoga instructor. She works with
women worldwide to UN-stress and UN-limit themselves so that they can have freedom to live the lifestyle they choose and create a life they love. She has been featured in South African and international press, was interviewed on South African magazine TV Show, An NUR – The Light, and has also been named as 100 of the Most Empowering Women around the Globe in Dr. Shellie Hipsky’s Common Threads Trilogy. Haseena is co-founder and executive director of Leave No Girl Behind International and co-creator of the Bubbles Beyond Borders worldwide campaign to support and build gender equality. She is co-author of Leave No Girl Behind: How to Help Girls Become the Change in Our World. She is on her way to publishing her newest book, The Truth-Walker’s Journey: The UN-Becoming of who you are not.
Shameema Patel is a South African author, coach, ghostwriter, consultant and personal jewellery artist. She is owner of Blinging Hope, creating handmade, custom designed African gemstone jewellery for organisations and individuals.
Shameema is also owner of Seapetal Creations, designing WordPress websites and serving as consultant for individuals
with causes and start up businesses,so that they can realise their visions in a fun, affordable and authentic way. Shameema is a partner in business and philanthropic adventures with her sister Haseena, co-founding Leave No Girl
Behind International to empower girls through leadership programs, and co-creating the Bubble Beyond Borders campaign to support gender equality globally. Shameema is involved in the coaching and running of their business, Haseena Patel – Truth-Walker, where she coaches women to UN-stress and UN-limit themselves, and reclaim their voices so that they can get healthy, be heard and get paid. Shameema is co-author of Leave No Girl Behind: How to help girls become the change in our world, has been featured in South African and international press, and was interviewed on South African magazine TV Show, An NUR – The Light