Jubilee Ntone Epee is the Founder and CEO of Talitha Cumi—the Worldwide Girl Tribe. Having received a very personal call of God to Africa at the age of fifteen, she spent nine years as a missionary doing a host of things that all led up to this mandate to raise girls to life all around the globe. Her experience in the developing world, church ministry, worship, education, counseling, and the delicate nature of relating one-on-one all find expression through Talitha Cumi Tribe.
She holds a Masters in Education Administration with a love for academic excellence and has trained teachers in several schools worldwide. And now, beyond the formal school setting, this has brought to life the joy of equipping mentors through the Talitha Cumi program. She is also the author of the Talitha Cumi Tribe Mentor’s Manual, the curriculum used inter-organizationally around the world to establish young women during their maturation. It offers a professional foundation for engaging, educating, and evaluating the girls and ENJOYING the lessons and overall relationship between the mentor and mentee.
Jubilee is the wife of medical Doctor and Pastor Yohan Ntone Epee. “My husband and I met (Providentially) after we had each been serving God for many years in full-time ministry. It takes a special grace to blend into one what the Lord has established separately over time. But He also built in a need for each other that was realized when we discovered a common foundation, vision, and values. My husband has been the greatest source of encouragement and support for TCT right from the start. His leadership has provided an atmosphere of safety and liberty to flourish as he stands watch over the ministry and counsels the heart of his wife.”
“One will chase a thousand, and two will put ten thousand to flight.” (Deut. 32:30)
If you would like to invite Jubilee to speak at your church, school, or event, or to dialogue with her to get to know more about this ministry, please write to us explaining the nature of the occasion. We would love to hear from you! firstname.lastname@example.org