Meet The Founder

Sigga M. Jagne Is An Unbridled, Limitless Spirit, Driven By Personal Values. She Is Deeply Passionate About Her Dream Of Transforming Africa Into The Bread-Basket Of The World By 2030; A Food-secure And Food Sufficient Africa Feeding Itself & The World On Organic, Life-sustaining, Nutritious Super-foods; With A Thriving, Efficient And Highly Profitable Agribusiness Ecosystem.

Sigga is the Founder and CEO of Signara Global Solutions LTD (West Africa, South Africa, USA). She serves as the Global MASTERFUL-THINKING LEAD for Signara. Sigga works and plays in the spaces of Agribusiness and deployment of Agricultural-solutions crafted to address critical challenges in African value-chains. In her previous life she was a Global Public Health Expert. Sigga is deeply passionate about and a life long learner and seeker of knowledge about how food impacts our physical, emotional and mental wellbeing. She is passionate about Holistic, Healthy, Spiritual Living.
Signara Real Estate, a subsidiary company of Signara Global Solutions, for Real Estate Investment in the US and new development in Senegal, Ghana, Gambia.
Signara Green, another subsidiary company of Signara Global Solutions, proudly delivers high-value profitable solutions to the African Agricultural Ecosystems and create critical strategic partnerships across continent.
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Sigga M. Jagne

CEO & Founder
Signara Global Solutions LTD.
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Currently, Signara Green is providing two high efficiency solutions to address key challenges for African farmers: a safe organic, high-crop-yield fertilizer and a safe, organic pesticide that is highly effective against locusts and the fall army worm. Both are plant-based, mineral-infused, and enhanced-efficiency and provide farmers with highly profitable, greener alternatives that increase their harvest of nutritious crops. The fertilizer (AgriPower) also heals and regenerates the soil.

She has worked with government agencies, non-profits, private companies, community based organizations, and Human-Rights and Advocacy organizations in countries across three continents (Europe, Africa, and North America). Few highlights of her career are as follows:

AIDS Director for the Commonwealth of Kentucky (USA) for 7 years developed the US Virgin Islands Department of Health Program Plan for 2012/2013 Ryan White Part B for Medical Treatment and Supportive Services to Low-Income HIV positive persons and successfully secured a multi-million dollar grant from the US DHHS.

In 2013 – 2014, conducted resource mobilization (including grant writing and fund-raising) for a group of non-profit organizations in South Africa, Lesotho, Botswana, and Zambia who provide a variety of services to homeless persons, sex slaves, HIV+ Persons, and children orphaned by HIV.

Sigga worked in August 2014 with the Office of the Sierra Leone President’s Open Government Initiative (OGI – A partnership of government and civil society) to mobilize the Diaspora in the Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia tri-state area in order to partner on various prevention, awareness, and resource building initiatives.

She provided expertise to United African Congress (UAG), Give Them A Hand Foundation (GTAH), & their coalition partners in New York City to develop policy proposals for input into the NYC joint Ebola Response Plan (Public Advocate & Mayor’s Offices, Departments of Health & Education).
Sigga also served as Global Public Health Expert and was appointed as the State AIDS Director.
In 2011, she worked with the office of Governor Steve Bashear (father of current Governor Andy Bashear) and Raised $200,000 to install women’s eHealth Information Kiosks in Health centers located within low-income communities.
She also served as the Vice CHAIR for the Board of the National Alliance of State & Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD), and as the CHAIR for the Board of the Southern AIDS COALITION (SAC) and on CDC funded Advisory boards for Multiple countries.