Born and raised in Miami, Florida. Wife and Mother to three wonderful boys. Jadinah graduated from North Miami Senior High School’s International Baccalaureate program; received a Bachelor in Arts from University of South Florida; and her Juris Doctorate from Regent school of law in Virginia Beach, Virginia, “Where law is more than a profession. It’s a calling.” Jadinah was motivated to attend Regent school of law because of its biblical integrated curriculum. In law school, among other things Jadinah was Chair of the Black Law Students Association; was on the Executive Board and competition team of Trial Advocacy Board; was a Regent Tutor where they mentored and tutored incarcerated juveniles in Norfolk Virginia.
She has obtained legal experience through Internships, externships, and employment with the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s office; the United States Attorney’s in Tampa; Federal Trade Commission, Division of Advertising Practices, in Washington, D.C.; worked as an Assistant State Attorney in Broward county before founding The Sejour-Gustave Law Firm where they “Establish, Maintain, & Protect Businesses and Families” ™
Her Community involvement includes serving as Vice-President/Director of Beautiful Beauties of Tomorrow, Inc., mentorship program, “Transforming GIRLS of today into QUEENS of tomorrow.” She also serves as Legal Relations director: Sistahs’ CaNect, Inc., where she provides legal counsel and Attend middle and high schools to speak to young girls about the law and how to prevent getting into bad relationships and negative legal situations. She is proud to Serve as Chair of her church’s Legal department while also, leading the Prestigious Ladies Ministry providing a biblical and holistic perspective and real life experiences through talk sessions, fasts, prayers and providing access to entrepreneurial launching tools.
Jadinah lives by the scripture James 1:19-20 “My dear brothers and sisters, take note of this: Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry, 20 because human anger does not produce the righteousness that God desires.”