Princess Sarah’s diverse background and experience in education over the past 15 years has led her to present and create curricula for schools, Universities, and Corporations. As a specialist in Diversity and Inclusion work, President and Co-founder of her non-profit, Sierra Leone Rising, and a businesswoman in the entertainment industry, Princess Sarah’s work spans the globe. Her work in education and technology has led her to create upcoming projects including an animation show with Randy Jackson and a Roblox game to connect children to cultures around the world. Princess Sarah has also been honored with receiving the prestigious Trumpet Impact Award.
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Princess Sarah has an extraordinary journey that has been featured on CNN, GMA, BBC among numerous other publications worldwide which have trended #1 globally in over 60 countries. She is an internationally-known thought leader, TEDx speaker, artist, and educator whose work addresses biracial and cultural identity and raises awareness of issues impacting Sierra Leone.
She shared the story of reuniting with her birth father in A Princess Found: An American Family, an African Chiefdom, and the Daughter Who Connected Them All, co-authored with Tracy Trivas and published by St. Martin’s Press. A Princess Found is now being adapted into a major motion picture for Disney Studios by award-winning filmmaker Stephanie Allain. Princess Sarah has also been honored with receiving the prestigious Trumpet Impact Award.
Princess Sarah and her brother Hindo Joseph Kposowa founded the non-profit Sierra Leone Rising which provides clean drinking water, sanitary pads for girls, education, medical attention, resources to build schools and technology centers, and more throughout Sierra Leone. Her work in business and technology has led her to create upcoming projects including an animation show with Randy Jackson as well as a Roblox game to connect and educate children about cultures around the world.
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Sarah's story has been featured nationally and internationally around the world.
Princess Sarah Culberson’s story has been featured nationally and internationally in The Singapore News, LA Times, Chicago Tribune, BBC radio, NPR, “Oprah and Friends” radio show, and in magazines such as Reader’s Digest, Newsweek, People, and Glamour. She also appeared on Good Morning America, CNN, Inside Edition, and more. Culberson’s book, A Princess Found, co-written with Tracy Trivas and published by St. Martin’s Press, was released in Barnes and Noble and other bookstores in 2009 and has been used at Pepperdine University in an ethnic identity class.