Sia Amma is a comedian and has been featured on KQED two times and has been quoted in Comedy Clubs around the Bay Area more times than any other comedian. She is smart, funny and Africa’s most outrageous and inspiring sex educator.
She has given presentations combining humor and celebration that are refreshing, honest, and sexuality informative, and have drawn great reviews at major colleges, universities, and other locations around the county. Sia Amma’s newest coming of age presentation for mothers and daughters is called “What Mama Said About Down There.” She has done more than 30 guest appearances on numerous national radio shows including KPFA, three times and as seen on channel 2 evening news!!! Has performed “Salute To The Vulva” on 10 different college campuses and honored by the Board of Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi of districts 5 for her work.
Growing up in a small town between the boundaries of Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea, Sia Amma offers a fresh and unique presentation of her work as an African immigrant in the United States and as an activist on behalf of her community of origin. While integrating a western perspective, Amma is one of the first innovators to utilize the mediums of performance and comedy to specifically address the brutal methods and public publicizes impacting women and girls. Through the medium of performance, she presents challenging issues with a comedic overtone.