Nzingah is considered by many a Renaissance artist, as she seems to be
talented in virtually all disciplines of the arts. She is an award winning visual artist, classically trained pianist, published poet, and an accomplished African and Haitian Folklore dancer. Thanks to her excellence in the arts she began to teach while in middle school and has continued her work as a teaching artist into her adulthood. Her commitment to reaching children through the arts has allowed her to work with well over a thousand students, in south Florida and nationally. In addition to her work with children, she has given several professional development workshops
designed to educate teachers how to integrate the arts into their curriculum. Over the years Nzingah has become an advocate for children and adults with disabilities; as a result she as given several workshops designed to demonstrate how the arts can be used to reach children with special needs. Along with being a resident artist at several schools with the special needs population.
Nzingah’s work as a teaching artist has a cultural emphasis; this can be
attributed to her Haitian background, as well as her connection to her African
heritage. Moreover, she believes that through an appreciation of ones culture, in addition to the culture of others, high self esteem and improved social skills can be nurtured in children and adults. Nzingah’s vision as a teaching artist and as an artist in general, is to plant the seed of imagery that makes a profound impact on the way people think.