Empowering Women of Color voices by providing transformative experiences through storytelling & community!
"Your story is what you have, what you will always have. It is something to own,"
Rowana Abbensetts-Dobson is a Guyanese-American writer, mental health advocate, and founder of Spoken Black Girl, a publishing and media company that promotes mental health and wellness among Black women and women of color by amplifying emerging voices.
Maryann Samreth is a writer, marathon runner, mental health advocate, and trauma writing coach guiding others to write their stories using a practice of psychology, spirituality, and embodiment healing.
After leaving the military, Oriana decided she was still called to work for and serve people, specifically women. She began her Bachelor's program in Human Services and started working with a population of women who had experienced sexual trauma.
Sherrell is a corporate and community wellness educator who began practicing yoga and meditation due to her own experiences with various health challenges while serving in the military.