Belinda Ndu is an extraordinarily talented woman who uses her life to show others that the impossible is actually quite achievable. She is an established business owner and philanthropist who transforms everything and everyone around her. Belinda is the genius behind her daughter’s hair care line, Bella Miracle Hair, which aids those who experience hair loss from a serious illness such as cancer like her child or need guidance on growing healthy hair. She is also an author, and her first book, Dear Future Husband, is part of a series that she will continue to release to help women and men on their journeys in different areas of life. Her seven-day digital course, The Manifest, is a detailed guide to creating and keeping the life you desire. Additionally, Belinda makes it a big priority to give to missionaries and mission fields locally and internationally, helping in Nigeria, Haiti, and with various church organizations and other foundations.
Belinda grew up watching her mother live each day with a level of confidence that most could only imagine. She also had a father that was very loving and gentle with her. Their impact enabled her to grow up and be sure of who she is while also giving her six children, five that she birthed, the same love and support. She was once told that she could never have children, and now they are her greatest accomplishment and constant motivation. Through her endeavors, passion, and voice, she has been a guest on TBN, Fox Soul, and three local stations. Belinda is a woman with no limits and plenty of inspiration to add to the world continually.
Watch her interview with SwagHer journalist Jasmyne Seed below.
Jasmyne Seed | @ JAS__PR Hailing from Brooklyn, NY by way of NC, the self-proclaimed, “City Slicker with Southern Hospitality” attributes her love for all things creative and eclectic taste, to the many faces and places she’s encountered in her lifetime. After graduating in 2015 with a degree in Fashion Merchandising, she embarked on the entrepreneur route and developed JAS PR, a boutique-style, public relations agency in the fall of 2018. Rallying behind rare gems in the fashion, beauty, and non-profit industries, her intent with, JAS PR is to craft compelling stories and campaigns for emerging brands and their owners, that spark awareness and unearth their greatness to the masses. Holding significant support for Black-Owned businesses. Jasmyne lends her communications and writing skills to contribute pieces for publications and blogs while pursuing other entrepreneurial and philanthropic endeavors. In her leisure she’s a foodie, (aspiring) travel buff, and 90s sitcom’s binger!