Jaime Cundy is a writer and a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania's Masters of Applied Positive Psychology program. She has focused on the cultures of Africa and what they can teach us about well-being. After spending years traveling, living, and working in Africa she came to the conclusion that there was ‘something' about Africa. A deep knowledge about flourishing that she hadn't found anywhere else in the world. This left her questioning; is it possible to experience happiness and flourishing despite some of the more difficult circumstances known to mankind?
Jaime has spent several years working within the non-profit charity world as a consultant on the topic of Music and it's connection to well-being. This consultation work has lead her to the belief that music can speak to all of us in our own ways, and can often act as a bridge between cultures