Dr. Baxley is the creator of Social Justice Parenting and Founder/CEO of Traci Baxley Consulting, a company dedicated to supporting parents on their journey of raising independent, compassionate, and socially conscious children. As a belonging and inclusion advocate and the creator of Social Justice Parenting, she assists families who are stuck in fear-based parenting to transition to parenting from a space of radical love.
In this week's episode, we chat with Jasmine Berry MSN, APRN, FNP-C, CHC. Jasmine describes herself as a sassy, slightly intelligent, and energetic certified family nurse practitioner (FNP) and certified health coach (CHC). She's been a nurse for over 8 years, with more than two of them in the provider role as a nurse.
In this week's episode we have a conversation with Co-founder, author, and philanthropist - Constance G. Jones of Elevate foundation and author of the upcoming memoir Emerging Butterfly which is set to release in January 2020. Constance is one of 9 children and battled three demons in her household: alcohol, abuse, and absence. In her upcoming memoir, she shares the story of how she survives the heartbreak of infertility, depression, and bad relationships to become an influential philanthropist, advocate and loving wife. Through her work, Constance reminds us that if you can "survive the darkness of the cocoon and you will emerge into the light of day." What you'll learn: Constance's life growing up in the 80's. Dealing with...
Elayne is the host of the Support is Sexy podcast -- one of few podcasts that features the stories of women entrepreneurs five days a week, where they share the wins and the lessons during their journey of entrepreneurship. She has interviewed more than 450 women entrepreneurs around the world and the podcast has generated more than 600,000 downloads.
Yana takes the guest chair and shares her story of reemergence from depression through the art of therapeutic writing. She illustrates her journey of pushing through the pain to discover her life purpose, and how she encourages others to write-it-off