We are a NYC M/WBE (Minority/ Women Business Enterprise) certified communications consultancy and Department of Education vendor. We are joyously tasked with helping #NextGen #blackgirlmagic high school and college students use #selflove to choices that make sense so they can live their best lives with integrity. We offer strategic self-love, energy management, SEL and conflict-resolution workshops and training for schools, youth program administrators, summer-camps, foster-care and more…
We get us because we are us.
Self-esteem is THE benchmark that helps or hurts us, and Black and Brown girls are especially vulnerable. When we have more self-esteem, we have more peace and power. And that only helps us make better choices, build better relationships (personal and professional) and bank more SCHMONEY. But, mass media, vulture culture and entrenched economies mute our voice. Self-love helps us speak up, show-up and put-on. It gives us the grit and grace we need to win, to be included, to change the narrative.
Below, see some core workshops. These six workshops set the foundation for transformational growth. Customization is available upon request:
Defining #BlackGirlMagic. “How To Be Magical and Real” Workshop:
"…an illustration of Black women's unique place of power at the intersection of culture, commerce and consciousness."
Defining Self-Love. “Imma Love ME (My Everything)” Workshop:
To unconditionally value yourself and accept your self-worth as the number one most important love you can EVER have.
Defining (Self-Care) . “Real Ones Do Real Things” Workshop:
“It's not just about taking baths and doing your nails. It's about finding processes in your life that make you the most productive and happiest version of yourself.” ~Trinity Mouzon Wofford, Co-Founder and CEO, Golde
Defining Self-Worth. “I Been Worthy” Workshop:
“The key to being comfortable is knowing who you are, where you come from, your history, and having a vision. With these four aspects, anything you put your mind to, you can accomplish.” ~ Nyakim Gatwech, Model, Activist, #BlackGirlMagic Mogul
Defining Wellness. “Fit Like What.”
“One big thing for us is moving into a space of talking more about mindfulness,” Hicks-Rocha says. “The beauty of it is that it goes hand-in-hand with working out. Self-care and self-love, that’s what working out should be about.” ~ Ashley Hicks-Rocha, Co-Founder Black Girls RUN
Defining Wealth. “How I’m Gonna Get Paid To Do Me” Workshop:
#NextGen is scoped to be the largest population, in herstory. So…we fittin’ to win.
We bank on us. We’re a sure thing.
Let’s win together.