I had an absolute awesome time with some young ladies ages 10-16 today as they created their Book of Visions!
When I was introduced, Carla Morrison told them that I was a Relationship Coach and as soon as she left the room…oh my….The questions were asked!! 😂😂😂
From Boys to Robert Kelly to Donald Trump and MORE…they had many questions and concerns as young females and I was honored to be able to give them wise and healthy solutions/answers!
They didn’t even ask me how much money I make!! 🤪🤪😘
Giving back is what I’m Called to do!
Visit Sisters of Today and Tomorrow 11th National Leadership Conference for Girls for more information on how you can volunteer or donate!
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iamtrinettelcollier.com to book services
The vision board extraordinaire is back with us this Friday! @TrinetteCollier, has been working with @SistersofToday for the past eight years and continues to pick up the phone when we call…. A native of Los Angeles, California, Trinette Collier Greene is a nationally renewed educator, entrepreneur, and author with two books under her belt “Woman on Fire” and “Sticky Notes: Volume 1”.
Trinette received her B.S. in Early Childhood Education from Morris Brown College in Atlanta, Georgia and her M.Ed. in Curriculum Instruction from Coppin State University. She is an educator with the Atlanta Public Schools system and a certified relationship coach for which she has coined the title of “Inspirationalist”. Trinette is the owner of Trinette L. Collier, LLC which provides workshops and ideas for groups and individuals. Ms. Greene currently resides in Atlanta with her husband and loves helping others, learning, spoken word, music, and dancing!
Come and attend Trinette’s workshop this Friday, July 19th 1pm Auburn Avenue Research Library on African American Culture and History. register: http://www.SOT2Girls.org
Repost @a_yo_bleek Global Sickle Cell Day greetings to all of the warriors and well wishers around the planet. Sickle Cell Disease is overlooked in many countries around the world. Even the name of the disease remains silent in many communities.
Over the years Sickle Cell Disease has been misunderstood, misrepresented, under-treated, and hasn’t gained the attention it deserves given the number of persons effected by it; especially those of Afrikan ancestry.
Share the push for awareness, support and understanding.
Knowledge from a friend that helped me to understand better:
❤🖤💚 HAPPY JUNETEENTH (Freedom Day)!!! “On June 19, 1865, two and a half years after President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation, Union General Gordon Granger rode into Galveston, Texas to free the remaining slaves. Due to the small presence of Union troops in Texas, Lincoln’s order went largely unenforced and 250,000 people remained enslaved until the war’s end. Known as #Juneteenth, June 19th is a day of reflection and a harsh reminder that President Lincoln’s proclamation did not free all slaves.” – Smithsonian National Museum of African American History
New Beginning~New Season~New Platform
Seeking 10 Women for Season 4!
If you have a story about how your faith carried you through trials and tribulations, I would love to hear from you! The Woman On Fire Show is now taking submissions for Season 4!
We are scheduled to start recording the month of August 2019 so if you are interested, please send an email with your name and subject header: Woman On Fire Season 4
- There is no monetary compensation for this project
- If you have a book or product, you are able to share it
- You must be committed to your day and time
- The deadline to submit is Friday, July 26th, 2019
- All submissions must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org Subject Heading: Woman On Fire Season 4
- Commercial and Sponsorship opportunities are available
The Woman On Fire Pink Edition shirts were inspired by my Mother, Mrs. Carolyn A. Collier and my Aunt Deloris J. Robinson. They are sisters that shared a now common disease know as Breast Cancer. My Aunt was the first to be diagnosed back in the early 90’s and even though they didn’t pinpoint exactly where it came from, everyone in the family pulled together and walked this journey with her. After she passed, my mother was then diagnosed and like her big sister, it wasn’t determined where it came from, we all walked this journey with her as well.
I don’t like saying “the late…” because I believe their spirits are still soaring as they watch over our families. Although I truly miss them both, I wanted to honor them while I still had the chance here on earth. The shirts represents so much for so many. Although Breast Cancer Awareness Month is officially in October, I celebrate it monthly with daily breast exams, yearly breast exams with my doctor and helping to educate as many women as I can about this disease. These women were women of virtue, women of God and Women On Fire!
Join with me in this fight and purchase a shirt today!
We are all in this together!
*A percentage from sales will go towards a woman in need during her Breast Cancer Journey*