“If you want to go quickly, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.”

African Proverb

When women come together as a collective energy of loving intention, we have the power to transform our life experiences. For many women, they often feel alone as they are working towards creating the life they dream of for themselves and for their families.  They feel alone at the workplace because they might be the only woman of color in their department or in management. Sometimes, they feel alone in their own families as they are the ones who are seeking to break the generational cycles of poverty and dysfunction. Hundreds and thousands of women feel alone and isolated because of the domestic violence or sexual assault that has silenced them.

I am that woman in so many ways, and I understand the challenges that we face each and every day, especially the challenges of being an entrepreneur. This is why I am launching the Wealth & Wellness Community for Women of Color. This is a community for ALL women of color; it doesn’t matter if you identify as a Black, Latina, Asian, Pacific Islander, East Asian, or a woman from the Middle East. If you’re some sort of a blend of brown – welcome!

When we take the time to be in community, to share and learn from each other, imagine how much of an impact we can have on the world? This community has been designed with you in mind. I have valuable information about the women’s wealth gap and how to overcome the systemic barriers that have been put in place that keep us from reaching economic stability. I’ll provide you with essential financial education and resources as you work towards homeownership and growing your business. And most importantly, you will have access to vital information that will help you heal from the aftereffect of experiencing childhood domestic violence, intimate partner violence, narcissistic abuse, or financial abuse.

One of the greatest gifts I received on my healing journey from the years of trauma I experienced as I worked on rebuilding my financial stability was from being in community with women who had walked a similar path. I didn’t know how inspired and supported I would feel until I heard their stories of transformation and their words of encouragement. Since I was not exposed to financial information growing up, I had to learn on my own and I have made many mistakes along the way. I designed this community to help you avoid some of the financial pitfalls that I personally have made and many of the women I have coached over the years. Finally, we must normalize the conversation about domestic violence and no longer tolerate it in our families and communities. I am on a mission to do just that. If you’re ready to heal and work towards economic empowerment in an environment where you feel safe, seen, and heard, join your sisters and sign up for Wealth & Wellness for Women of Color. I’ll see you there!