Sahndra Fon Dufe is a Cameroonian-born author, actress, and youth activist. She is also the founder of The YEFON Youth Foundation and brand ambassador for Alissi Bronte Africa.
The NAFCA nominated actress has been featured in several international feature films like 'The Forgiven', 'One Night in Vegas', 'Black November', 'Unconditional Love', 'Refugees' and 'Rejected'. She has been in several commercials including a National Commercial for American Cancer Society, Old Navy, and the Vow Foundation in Nigeria. Sahndra also appeared on GSN's Mind of A Man Show, and a Dove Skin Campaign in Times Square. In 2004, The Commonwealth of Nations recognized her for ‘Dear momma’ a poem, she wrote at the age of 13.
Sahndra became the youngest published female author from Central Africa, when her debut novel Yefon: The Red Necklace was published in May 2014, with a multi state US book tour. It later on became an Amazon Bestseller, and was featured in several prestigious author pavilions, including the NAACP and The Congressional Black Caucus. The book was later adapted and republished by Sopecam Cameroon, and is currently being used in some schools in Cameroon.
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She became the youngest published female author from Cameroon in 2014
when her Historical Fiction novel Yefon: The Red Necklace was published.
It later on became an Amazon Bestseller in May 2014, under the Historical Fiction Section. Her novel Yefon, has been adapted and republished by SOPECAM Cameroon, and is currently being used in some schools in Cameroon.
Sahndra is also a NAFCA nominated actress who has acted in several International movies, [ One Night In Vegas, Refugees, Rejected, The Forgiven etc] National Commercials [American Cancer Society] , and print [Dove].