QUEEN AYACODOBAE RAMKISSOON is the Executive Director/Founder
of Earth Blessings, Inc. and Head of Pedagogy. QUEEN is also an
educational consultant, speaker, philanthropist, actress, teacher,
composer, dancer, poetess, artist, nutritionist, musician, wife
and mother. She is an international traveler who specializes in
cultural, educational, vocational awareness programs with emphasis
on youth and the physically challenged. She conducts seminars
for community groups, government agencies, corporations, colleges,
and universities, within the United States and abroad.
QUEEN has performed solo and with EARTH BLESSINGS ROYAL COURT
ORCHESTRA at many venues, including the Canadian Broadcasting
Corporation’s Breakfast Television in Toronto, Canada, DuSable
Museum in Chicago, IL, Weekendz Nightclub in Jamaica, and Southeastern
University in Washington, DC. She has also performed at the New
World Hong Kong International Hotel for the Hong Kong Independence
Celebration and participated in the 3rd Annual Music Conference
in Beijing, China.
In her quest for peace and justice, QUEEN has addressed various
leaders and organizations such as the United States Naval Academy,
Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Institute of
Human Virology - AIDS Administration, Seaman & Waterfront
Workers Trade Union in Trinidad, West Indies, and the Spanish
Reef Hotel in Cayman Islands. QUEEN AYACODOBAE conducts the following
educational and informational awareness workshops:
• Operation Bootstraps – Academic Remotivational Training for
• Parents Unified For Children’s Sake
• Love Yourself Some More
• Plant The Seed, Don’t Eat It
• Holistic Healing and Family Lifestyles
• Tone Therapy
• Be Your Own Boss
• How To Stop Violence In The Workplace
• Upward Mobility For Everybody and Everybody’s Child
QUEEN produced and hosted the Holistic Healing and Family Lifestyles
Radio Show. The one-hour show, which aired every during drive-time
weekday on WYRE AM in Annapolis, MD for 13 months, sought to promote
vibrant health in the home, school and community. QUEEN and her
sons provided information and resources using comedy and music
to help maintain good mental, physical and spiritual hygiene.
QUEEN founded Earth Blessings Inc in which she develops extensive
training packages for Instructional technology such as Self empowerment/Self
reliance, holistic healing, and effective parenting techniques.
She has created and implemented programs such as the Three-Way
Handshake© and Upward Mobility for Everybody and Everybody’s Child©.
QUEEN has helped thousands of people learn more about their mind
and bodies. Her relentless dedication to our community has transcended
into the programs, curriculum, music and poetry she presents.
She has designed and implemented many academic programs geared
to youth, youth incentives, elderly care methods and standards,
help the homeless projects and health, educational and cultural
QUEEN’s commitment to her family has created a legacy any mother
would be proud of. She homeschooled both her sons. Her eldest
son, Darius Stanton was featured in 50th Anniversary Ebony Magazine
as one of the 50 Leaders of Tomorrow. As Vice President of Holistic
Healing, Inc., he travels the U.S. implementing community empowerment
programs, and conducts seminars for teenagers on HIV/AIDS awareness
training, Controlled Dangerous Substance Abuse and Prevention,
Self-Esteem and Motivation, and Responsibilities for Young Fathers.
Darius formerly served as Regional Vice President for the Greater
Washington Metropolitan Police Boys and Girls Clubs and he was
previously the “Drug Czar” for the City of Annapolis, MD.
Her youngest son, Messiah received the 1999 Emerging Leader Award
from the National Institute for Caribbean Studies. His achievement
as Youth of the Year for the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Washington,
advanced him to a spotlight on Oprah where his accomplishments
were celebrated and he was awarded a $25,000 scholarship from
Oprah Winfrey’s Angel Network. He graduated in May 2007 with a
Bachelor's degree in Public Relations from Howard University's
John H. Johnson School of Communications.