Ayesha Victoria Dwyer is a wife and mom of a fun and animated little boy named Noah Kingston. Born and raised in Waukegan, Illinois, her passion has always been to motivate and impact the lives of children. She truly enjoys being creative. Married to a descendant of Jamaican heritage, Ayesha desired to share her appreciation and affection for the island of Jamaica, the people, language, and culture via the life of Sista Me. Ayesha’s belief that there is nothing more precious than the innocence of a child, motivates her to draw on her resources and creativeness. She hopes to tell stories children can enjoy and foster lasting memories for years to come.
We should all have the ability to freely express our opinions respectfully.
Vivacious, inquisitive and refreshing
Host / Author
Vivacious, inquisitive and refreshing describes Ayesha Victoria. Lively and informed, Ayesha is a precocious television host with an infectious personality. Born in the suburb of Waukegan, IL, Ayesha Victoria has a knack for discovering the obscure, exploring opportunities and inspiring everyone to live and laugh!
A former class clown, Ayesha first recognized her passion while attending Waukegan High School. During school hours, she would canvas the halls interviewing the coaching staff, students and faculty of WHS. These recorded conversations often resulted in Ayesha missing assigned classes on account of securing the 411.
While studying Fashion Marketing & Merchandising at the American InterContinental University in Atlanta, GA, Ayesha rediscovered her gift. She trained under the tutelage of acclaimed industry professionals. Ayesha Victoria have functioned throughout many sectors within the entertainment industry. Her talents have awarded her opportunities to work alongside renown designer Kimora Lee-Simmons and have taken her abroad where she conquered the London eye; spent time with Big Ben; toured the Arc de Triomphe and shopped on the Champs Elysees.
Now, the fancy and focused Ayesha Victoria is ready to take the bull by the horns. Not only is she an established author, but she is also the host of the webseries the Bottom Line. This show tackles the true meaning of getting to the bottom of things. We may not always agree, but that doesn't mean we can't respectfully disagree. Ayesha wears many hats; wife, mother, Author, and host. Unique and bold; she's the dimple in your smile.
there is nothing more precious than the innocence of a child.
My brand for my webisodes and hosting are the Bottom Line. This basically encompasses getting to the bottom of things; having the ability to freely express ones opinion, respectfully despite how others may or may not agree. It also exposes the ability or inability to agree to disagree. As a society we must learn that confrontation does not have to be a combative situation.
The title of my book is Sista Me - Every Mikkel Make a Mukkel. It's a fiction story about a little girl from Jamaican decent that often finds herself in the middle of a situation. The attached blurb is from the book.
Wah gwan! That means hello in Jamaican. Come and experience a little piece of the island through a vibrant little girl known as Sista Me. She is fun and adventurous. Her daring personality often lands her in tough situations, however, her grandfather, Jaggy, frequently comes to her rescue when she needs him the most. Can his words of wisdom help Sista Me as she once again finds herself in a pickle? Should she stay or should she go? See if Sista Me truly learns the meaning of every mikkel make a mukkel.
My passion has always been to motivate and impact the lives of children.
As a society, we must learn that confrontation does not have to be a combative situation.