Zambia was a teacher, artist, storyteller, mother, world traveler, and cultural ambassador who came through this world fulfilling her purpose to be of service to all people no matter their economic status, color, religion, gender, nationality, and sexual orientation.
To be in her presence and on the receiving end of her life’s purpose, would be the channel for you to connect with the power of success that lies within you. Zambia’s mission was driven by lifelong impressions, lessons, connections and services established by her personal and spiritual connections to the community.
She stressed the importance of education by focusing on culture, academic achievement and African American history. Her efforts enriched the River City Drum Corp Cultural Arts Institute, Inc and served as the catalyst for its greater goal to enrich the educational, spiritual, and cultural endeavors of all who would come under her tutelage. To be in her presence and on the receiving end her life’s purpose, would be the channel for you to the power of success that lies within you.
Zambia was the educational director of River City Drum Corps for more than 15 years. She taught for Jefferson County Public Schools for 27 years. River City Drum Corps annual Living the Legacy black tie awards banquet has become the event where we honor the life and legacy of our heartbeat, Zambia Nkrumah.