QuiNina J. Sinceno is a clergywoman, entrepreneur, mentor, and author who is a native of and currently resides in the metropolitan area of New Orleans, Louisiana. She is an alumnus of Destrehan High School, holds a Bachelor of Arts in General Studies with a concentration in Social Sciences from Louisiana Tech University (2011), has studied Chemistry at Grambling State University, Entrepreneurship (Executive MBA) at Tulane University, and is currently working on her Doctorate of Divinity at Slidell Baptist Theological Seminary. While attending Louisiana Tech she co-founded Women of Valor; Men of Virtue, sang in the university gospel choir Souls on Fire, taught as a campus ministry leader for Chi-Alpha, and held early morning prayer for an independent cell group. Her Ministerial License was obtained at Liberty School of Ministry and Bible Institute (2013). Along with having other gifts and talents she also has an instinct for entrepreneurship (owner of two businesses) that she generously utilizes to help others. She is an advocate of faith for those who have been diagnosed with terminal/longterm illnesses by using her own testimonies of overcoming a deadly autoimmune neuromuscular disease, myasthenia gravis. Her mission is to impart healing, faith, wisdom, and joy to others. Read More
QuiNina J. Sinceno
Life of JOY:
The Key to Transformed Living
"QuiNina's life has been an inspiration of endurance, faith, hope, courage, and integrity. She is a true testimony of the Goodness of God."
Dr. Lorie Hopkins-Brown
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