|Race:||Black/African American, White/Caucasian|
Someday, Sativa wants to travel to Tokyo to shop at its 2.7-million-square-foot mall. While she’s there, she’d likely visit one of the city’s seafood restaurants since sushi is Sativa’s favorite food. Sativa says she loves food and enjoys cooking it as much as eating it. She loves photography and enjoys making DIY videos. She enjoys riding her bike to the library. When she gets back home she might settle into her comfort zone of watching TV and movies and spending time with friends. Sativa likes playing fashion show and doing makeup with her friends. When she’s ready for quieter times, Sativa likes playing board, card and video games, especially Minecraft. Sativa says she loves celebrating Christmas, Easter and her birthday by being with her friends and family. If she had three wishes, Sativa would want “to end world hunger and poverty, to have a family to love and to be successful.” She hopes to go on to become a pediatric neurosurgeon and a photographic journalist. But first there’s a matter of family. She wants one who enjoys cooking, traveling, going to the library and having fun together.
“I am kind, resilient and creative,” says Sativa when asked to describe herself. Others says she’s strong-willed, outspoken and persistent. “Sativa is very creative and is open to communicate with those around her,” adds one of the people who knows her well. “Sativa is an active teen who is intelligent and empathetic. Sativa has ambitious ideas about her future and is goal driven.”
Sativa would do best with a single female parent or two female parents and a family in which she is the only or oldest child. Her new parent or parents should be experienced and trauma informed. Sativa’s new forever family must be strong advocates for the services that will help her thrive. Her family must be willing to let Sativa maintain contact with her older siblings. Finally, because she loves animals, Sativa wants a family who has pets.