Mallence Bart-Williams is a Sierra Leonean – German activist, philanthropist and multi -facetted social entrepreneur. 

Mallence pursued her studies in economics and finance in Paris, Singapore and Great Britain. Today she lives across the globe, teaches in Universities and online, runs LINEAGE, a cultural space  in Bali, while producing the alchemical body care line THE SACRED GARDEN in Africa and Asia. Her consortium of social enterprises  such as ETHICAL MINERALS, THE FREETOWN INNOVATION LAB, THE FEMALE INNOVATION LAB and PLASMO, are invested in solving social issues, elemental energy and female equity.   

With her Freetown-based creative collective FOLORUNSHO, a ‘SHARITY’ that she initiated with street kids in Sierra Leone, she created a blueprint that has taken homeless children off the streets into schools by harnessing creativity, without a single cent in donations. Her concept of SHARITY has served as a blueprint for millions around the world to harness creativity as a natural byproduct of necessity and turn it into sustainable revenue. This blueprint has taken homeless youth off the streets into schools,  turned homeless women into entrepreneurs and former mines into community farms. 

Due to her cross-cultural roots Mallence perceives herself as a bridge connecting vastly different cultures and worlds through expansion. Her diverse background enables her to seek creative solutions to common problems. Through her social enterprises, she connects cultural contrast, enabling unique synergies that yield action driven results.

Mallence believes that >> WORLD PEACE STARTS IN THE WOMB<<. Instilling balance and harmony at ‘the center’ is the common denominator in all of her work, be it with women, through her workshops, podcast, SECRET CERES and FEMALE INNOVATION LAB or her work with Mother Nature through ETHICAL MINERALS, FREETOWN INNOVATION LAB and THE SACRED GARDEN.