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Influenc-HER Profile Series | Crystal Joseph

Today we have the honor of interviewing Crystal Joseph, an amazing therapist in the DMV area. She gives us insight on the busy life of a therapist, the importance of work/life balance as an entrepreneur, and a view into why mental health is so taboo. Check out one of our favorite interviews!!!
What is your name and what do you do?
Crystal (Morrison) Joseph Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (Maryland) Licensed Professional Counselor (Virginia) . . . in other words a “therapist.”
Where are you from?
757/Hampton Roads/Tidewater region of Virginia I get questioned when I’m walking around the DC metro area . . . “You’re lying. Where are your parents from?” . . .Virginia. I’m going to start picking a country.
Tell us about Psyc Your Mind?
It is my conception of a private practice which allows for the use of out-of-the-box interventions to produce therapeutic outcomes. Out-of-the-box includes use of pop culture, sociology concepts, cultural concepts, world events, etc. PSYC /sahyk/ Verb—To prepare psychologically to be in the right frame of mind or to give one’s best YOUR /yohr/ Noun—Indicative of belonging to oneself MIND /mahynd/ Noun—The element, part, substance, or process that reasons, thinks, feels, wills, perceives, judges ! —Expresses extreme emotion
Tell us about the meaning behind the name "people's champion" and how you received that name?
I used to manage staff and LPNs in a medically-complex group home. My staff were always being written up by the director of nursing (who was lateral to me), which meant if they were taken off the schedule, I had to work their shift and get my own work done as manager. I later realized their write- ups were not due to egregious behavior, but due to a lack of training or retaining information in the way it was initially taught. I learned to re-package the information and partner with them when they were on shift instead of sitting in my basement office. Thereafter, the write-ups decreased completely. One of the staff used to tease me when I reported in the morning saying, “The champ is here!” My husband gave me the final name of “people’s champion.” Sometimes you have to meet people where they are. Then once you understand this, root for them. Teach them. Support them.
Where did you know you wanted to become a therapist?
This is a hard question. I’m actually not sure. I can’t recall a light bulb moment, but I do remember auditing a class at Thomas Nelson community college at the age of 8! My parents would drop me off to one of the professors in our church parking lot and I would ride with her and sit in her class. In high school, I was dual-enrolled and passed my Intro to Psych courses with flying colors.
Why is mental health so taboo?
Lack of understanding. Inability to see “it.” And, the increased privatization of managed care systems. We can see someone receive an insulin injection and realize, “oh they are insulin deficient, diabetic.” We can see someone’s hair fall out from chemotherapy/radiation treatment and realize, “wow, they’re being treated for some type of cancer.” But, if I see I have anxiety, depression or a past trauma, the behaviors you see are not matched by a formal, substantive antidote. Instead, combined talk therapy and medication management may be necessary to modify or diminish these symptoms. People of color also lean heavily on their religious affiliations and the church edifice. The indivisible perception of church coupled with the positive outcomes, inherently gives people permission to only seek out church resources instead of partnering with community resources, like a therapist. I’ll be discussing how church leaders can partner with therapists in the community regarding bullying, sexual abuse, LGBTQ and other hot topics in July in Orlando for the Mennonite Church USA convention.
What does a typical day look like for you?
I go into the office much later than the average worker, so I have time to run errands and cook my lunch and dinner. I have an hour commute to my practice in Maryland and that is due to traffic, not distance. Good music is a must. On Tuesdays I collocate at the South County government building in Alexandria, Virginia for a contract I hold. I try to create my schedule to allow for walking breaks and eating. I sit far more than the average person. I take my last client at 7:00 pm. I do not work on Saturdays and tend to incorporate my self-care on Tuesday afternoons and the weekends. I currently field my own calls, correspondence, and social media. So when I’m not in session, I’m returning phone calls and emails. Many times, the prospective clients are surprised when I answer my phone or return their call. Apparently, there is a lack of customer service in my field? I pride myself on making that a part of my brand. I get home pretty late and need about an hour to unwind. Then it starts all over again. I set a lot of reminders and use a planner. In my field, if it is not written down, it didn’t happen.
Who do you look to for inspiration and why?
Mom—Graceful rebellion. Her license plate says REBELLE. If people ever wonder where I get my passion from, the apple didn’t fall far from the tree. I speak my mind. I’m not everyone’s cup of tea. Over the years I’ve had to become comfortable with that. Whether this involves advocating for my client, a cause or self, I attempt to tactfully bundle up my inner sparks to create agency which will be respected and heard. I’ve learned to play by rules that weren’t made for me to affect change. Dad—Matchless work ethic. He passed away my junior year of college. He would say, “successful people rise early.” He never complained when he had to report to Wachovia (now Wells Fargo) after bank hours for an emergency server issue or cherry pick things from a hard drive which took hours. He had the keys to all of the branches in the 757. I marveled at the level of responsibility which was entrusted to him. I remember sitting in a storage unit with him doing inventory for what appeared thousands of the same piece of equipment. He raised me as his own. Never asked questions, accepted the challenge, and provided.
What tangible piece of advice would you give young girls who want to be where you are?
Don’t give up. The door is locked—try a window. The window is stuck, can you fit through the air duct? Seek out information which fuels your passion; it will not be handed to you. Third, always have a Plan B.
What do you love most about being a woman?
We’re like water. Givers of life. We can adapt. Ever moving. We can change our state based on our environment . . freeze, evaporate, liquefy. We can get into a rock, freeze, expand the rock itself and crack it. Strength. When we need to modify our message, we can evaporate into steam and transport it in a different form, without being detected. You get where I’m going. Water is life. Women are life.
What is the key to finding balance in your personal and professional life?
Not taking “client stuff” home. Figuratively speaking, there has to be a wardrobe change or switch. “Change clothes and go” in the words of hometown phenom Pharrell. I work in a stressful field. However, I’ve learned “your emergency is not my own.” There are levels to my provision of service. If you can’t make it a week without me, then we need to discuss you acquiring a higher level of care. I love music and I like to cook. I’ve been cooking since I was 8. I’m from the south. Cast iron please. Find your happy place.
What has been your greatest accomplishment to date?
Balancing being a wife, business woman, and therapist. My husband is my biggest supporter. He meets my commentary with support and a flair of board room bravado. I know I can come to him honestly with my ideas, but expect to deliver a 30-second pitch lol. He keeps me humble.
Is there anything you wish you could do over again?
Suffolk City-wide Spelling Bee 1997. “Benevolent.” B-E-N-E-V . . . -E-. . . l-e-n-t. “No I’m sorry that is incorrect.” I will never forget that word or its meaning.
What is one thing many people do not know about you?
I peel the top and side crust off of my PB&J sandwiches. The bottom crust remains.
Our fun question: If you could be any animal what would it be and why?
A rabbit. LOL. They’re cute and cuddly, but quite witty and fast.
What does the future hold for you?
God knows. I learned at a young age to stop making plans. I would become frustrated to tears and my dad would say, “not everything will go your way Crystal.” That has stuck with me and balanced out my expectations.
Where can people find you?
Facebook| Crystal Joseph & PsycYourMind
Instagram| thereal_psycyourmind
Twitter| @PsycYourMind
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Influenc-HER Profile Series|Gladys “Liv” Murray

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Today we highlight an emerging leader known to many as Liv. She is talented in so many areas of life and she gives a glimpse into what has helped her become the amazing women she is today. Check out our interview!!!
What is your name and what do you do?
My name is Gladys Olivia Murray, also known as "Liv", and I am a women's empowerment blogger, inspirational graphic tee designer, freelance makeup artist, and graduate student at Florida State University.
Where are you from?
Orlando, FL Tell us about Get Livted? Get Livted is a personal brand that underlines the essence of faith-based thinking in daily life. Through blog posts, YouTube videos, and follower/subscriber engagement, Get Livted strives to function as a mainstay of virtual empowerment platforms for millennial believers. Get Livted also houses "Get Liv-tees", an inspiration graphic t-shirt line.
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On your site you state you chose your purpose over your plan, was this a hard decision and walk us through this process?
I won't say it was hard, because there's honestly nothing to it but to do it. Making that decision is the half the battle, so once you can get past that point, there's much more peace on the other side. This doesn't mean it will be a cakewalk, because there's a lot of uncertainty associated with following what's in your heart versus what's in your head. But no matter how solid and secure following a plan may seem, the peace you have from knowing you are where you're supposed to be, doing what you're supposed to be doing, is something that can't be replicated.
When did you know you wanted to become a writer? 
I knew that writing was my gift before I ever realized I wanted to be a writer. Growing up, people always asked me what I wanted to be, and I always felt obligated to state something that sounded good. My family had high expectations for me and with two college-educated parents, the bar was already set high. So I'd bounce between different professions in the medical field when I gave my responses. And at one point my interest was genuine; I wanted to be an OB/GYN. But nothing gave me the gratification I got from writing words that could jump off paper and penetrate the heart of the reader. So I chose to mute the noise of everyone else's expectations, and I chose to major in journalism at Florida A&M University.
Do you ever experience writer's block and if so what is a good way to get out of it?
I am very intentional about the words I speak and write to others. As a result, I only share what I believe God has given to me say. So when I have writer's block, I don't pursue inspiration from other people or things. I just live my life and go on about my business as I would normally. Sometimes this has caused big gaps in between blog posts, and I have moments where I feel like I need to put something out there. But when the Holy Spirit is ready to speak, He speaks. And I don't rush Him, I just patiently await a fresh word.
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What does a typical day look like for you?
It honestly varies on any given day, but it often includes going to class or working on assignment for class, going to church depending on the day of the week, doing makeup, documenting orders for shirts from Get Liv-tees, and watching Netflix if I get a free hour of cinematic relief. And before I go to bed, I always read my bible or a faith-based book. Even on my "free" days, however, I'm always planning for something. Brainstorming the next venture for my brand, the next topic for my blog, or catering to some type of request by a family member or friend.
Who do you look to for inspiration and why?
I don't think I ever look for inspiration, it just comes. It's usually random and comes from situations and moments I would've never foreseen being significant. However, there are a few people whose lives and platforms I consider to be inspirational to me. Sarah Jakes Roberts, author and first lady of One Church LA, is at the top of that list. As a fellow writer I have a unique appreciation for her gift and way with words. As a fellow pastor's daughter, I connect with her perspectives in more ways than the average person, and her transparency has inspired my own, time and time again. What do you love most about being a woman? I love the femininity associated with our sex. I love being dainty, dolled up, pretty, and somewhat delicate. And I love that you can be a strong, powerful woman, yet still be all of those things.  
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Discipline. Each and everyday, I have to be intentional about how I spend my time and search for new ways to maximize it. My schedule can be very demanding and there are often several things on my to-do list day by day, but being disciplined is how I manage to stay on top of it all. What has been your greatest accomplishment to date?
I would have to say establishing a relationship with Jesus Christ. Every milestone in my education and entrepreneurial endeavors pales in comparison to how getting to know Jesus has impacted my life. Knowing Him is the gift that keeps on giving; it's an accomplishment that will always supersede the rest.
Is there anything you wish you could do over again? I believe my life is unfolding the way that God intended it to, but if I could go back to the start of my undergraduate career, there are some things I would do differently. For starters, I would be more intentional about building my savings account, I would maintain my involvement with theatre and acting, and I would have joined my current church my freshman year instead of my senior year, lol.  livted 5 What is one thing many people do not know about you? I used to struggle with my self-esteem. From the outside looking in, not many would ever guess that. I've always presented a very well-put together image physically, academically, and professionally. But no woman is exempt from the journey to seeing herself the way God sees her. I, too, had to experience that process, and I'm still a work in progress.
  What does the future hold for you? I'm still waiting to figure that out, lol. We can make our plans, but the Lord orders our steps. So I don't know what tomorrow holds, but I know who holds tomorrow. I used to be an avid planner for the future and I would create timelines in which I wanted different things to come to pass. I learned that there's nothing wrong with setting goals, but we have to consult with God even in the planning process, because the safest place to be is in His will. So I consider different ideas of where I'll be living and what I'll be doing 1, 5, and 10 years from now, but I keep an open ear to the Holy Spirit because He directs my path.
Where can people find you?
I currently reside in Tallahassee, FL, but I can always be accessed on my social media profiles: @getlivted on YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram.
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Influenc- HER Profile Series | Erica Dias

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Today we highlight Erica Dias, author and part owner of The B Firm. Her book Faith It Until You Make It is a compilation of inspirational quotes. Check out this interview to learn more about this Richmond California native who is making major moves in PR, fashion, and more.
What is your name and what do you do?
- My name is Erica Dias and I am the Author of Faith It Until You Make It, which is a book full of inspirational quotes. I am also the owner of The B Firm PR, which is a PR & Marketing Firm and I own a vintage boutique called; Vintage & More 101
Where are you from?
- I am from Richmond California  Are there any childhood experiences that led you to where you are today?
- My grandmother used to always tell me to come to God in secret and he will make things happen for you. Stop telling everyone what you are about to do and just do it.
My mother and father believed in every little, or big idea that I had, even if they didn't fully know what a wardrobe stylist was. When I did my first internship in NYC when I was 16, my mother came with me to NYC to make sure I got settled. My mother and fathers support made me feel like I could do anything in life!  Where did your passion for PR come from?
- I've ALWAYS loved helping people! I started my career as a Wardrobe Stylist, and as times shifted the caliber of jobs that were in front of me, were not as "purpose driven" as I would've liked. I told myself then, that I would hire myself and inspire people and assist in building their careers.  My sister; Ashley Jernigan was killing it in her career as a Publicist, I decided I wanted to take the "underdogs" and build their careers up, and the rest was history.
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Is there great pressures associated with the PR field, and how do you handle that pressure for your clients?
- Sometimes there is pressure because some clients forget that PR is a process, not a product. As my career has grown, I honestly don't feel the pressure that I did in the beginning of my PR career. I've learned to really, just let go and let God and just do my best. Also if a client becomes "too much to handle" lol I have no problem terminating their contract.
What does a typical day look like for you?
- I get up at 7am and have my quite time for about 5-6 mins., to just do nothing but talk to god and if I remember I try to do my breathing exercises. Then I check my emails, check in with my team, and my clients. Earlier in the week, I go to my store, merchandise inventory and do a feel insta-stories.
Around 6-7pm I am usually at a movie screening, networking event or having a meeting. When I get home, I regroup and usually figure out more ways to work smarter not harder. Lately, I've been writing my 2nd book called "No Flitter".
Who do you look to for inspiration and why?
- I look to so many people and things for inspiration. Everyday my little sister; Fabeah (14) and little brother; George (12) inspire me. I told myself that I would be the change that I wanted to see, so everyday I try to be better than I was yesterday. Also my father is my daily inspiration. Nothing was handed to him. He's worked extremely hard to provide for his family and he did that a more. He was a single parent of 5 kids. He did me and my sisters hair, he cooked, took us on trips and never complained about his work load. He worked all the time but still made time for his family and did his best. My dad didn't have the best upbringing but he made sure that he was the best father that he could be to his children. My dad is my hero, and my everyday inspiration. My mother is also a major inspiration to me as well, because no matter the circumstances of her being a single parent she provided for my brothers, sisters and I. She is defiantly a role model for me in many ways. She gave me confidence in myself.
What tangible piece of advice would you give young girls who want to be where you are?
- I would give them 2 things. One a bible, and the second would be my book full of inspirational quotes called; Faith It Until You Make It
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- what I love most about being a woman is my compassion for others. Women are nurturing, and we love hard. I love that about being a woman. I love that we have a certain type of magic that is indescribable. We are just amazing!!!!  What is the key to finding balance in your personal and professional life?
-  The key to finding balance in my personal and professional life is to just write it down and REALLY take time for yourself! I am the most important project that I'll ever work on so I have to take care of her.  What has been your greatest accomplishment to date?
- one of my greatest accomplishments to date was when I had my 20th Erica's Table of 20 luncheon and I really opened up and told my truth of how I got here. I was as transparent as possible and I left the truth rite in that room. One of my attendees told me that God told her to come to my event and she had been dealing with depression and wanted to end her life. She told me that my story saved her.  I knew then that my purpose was bigger than me.
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Is there anything you wish you could do over again?
- Hmmmm, I don't know because I feel like everything that has happened to me has been about of the story that God wrote for me.  What is one thing many people do not know about you?    
-I'm scared of roller coasters.  Our fun question: If you could be any animal what would it be and why?
- I would be a blue bird, because there presence reminds me of peace.  What does the future hold for you?
- More books, another vintage boutique, I also want to open a laundry mat. My goals are to work smarter not harder and hopefully along the way, I get married.  Where can people find you?
- Instagram: @TheBFirmPR @EricaDias101 @TableOf20 @VintageAndMore101
FB: The B Firm PR & Vintage & More 101
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Influenc-HER Profile Series|Nakisha Varlack

varlack ips profile   Today we have the pleasure of honoring the multifaceted leader, Nakisha Varlack, this powerhouse serves in many capacities and today we are privileged to share with you what we have learned about this amazing business leader. We discuss life as an Executive Public Servant and her days as a professional model. Check out our interview!!! What is your name and what do you do? Nakisha Varlack – An advocate who is committed to inspiring girls and young women around the country to recognize their inner ability to achieve greatness and reach their full potential. My desire to serve towards impacting the lives of young women and children resulted in becoming the Founder and CEO of Girl Power United (GPU), a nonprofit organization dedicated to positively empowering the lives of teenage girls through education, awareness, inspiration, and mentorship. In addition to my advocacy work, I’m a multi-faceted leader with a career as an executive public servant within the federal government. Where are you from? Born in Illinois and raised in the U.S. Virgin Islands which is where I call home. Are there any childhood experiences that led you to where you are today? Having been raised by two very supportive parents, I had a strong foundation in which they prepared me for the different experiences that I would encounter in my life. They instilled certain values that I use as a guide through my life’s journey. gpu varlack 2   Where did your passion come from? I became a mother at the young age of 18. As a teenage mother and throughout my adulthood, I strive to live in my life’s purpose of creating a promising future for my daughters and to serve as a motivating example for other young women to view their aspirations as possibilities. gpu varlack As a woman in your industry, is there a thin line between advocating for your stance in an issue or people viewing it as the emotions of a woman? As a woman that entered the management field in the federal government at the young age of 22 years old, I learned very early in my career on how to master the skills of emotional intelligence in what is still considered to be a male dominated field. As a result, I’m able to be secure in using sound analytical reasoning to make the most difficult leadership decisions. Who do you look to as inspiration? First and foremost, my source of inspiration comes from my faith in God. I realize that my successes are attributed to the plan that God has for me. It is my goal to ensure that I am fully prepared to carry out his plan by obtaining the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities through continuous learning and different life experiences. gpu varlack 3 What tangible piece of advice would you give young girls who want to be where you are? The best piece of advice for achieving success is to stay focused on your goals, work hard towards those goals, and continuously strive to plan effectively for future development. What do you love most about being a woman? What I love most about being a woman is being able to recognize my true value. What is one of your biggest accomplishments to date? My biggest accomplishment to date is being a positive role model in the lives of my children and to others with whom I have mentored and guided over the years. gpu varlack 5 Is there anything in life that you wish you could do over? If I could do my life over, I would work towards increasing the amount of lives in which I could have a positive impact on. What is the key to finding balance in your personal and professional life? The key to finding balance in your personal and professional life is to ensure that your passion and purpose are strategically aligned with both aspects of your life. What is the gift and curse of being in your industry?  The gift of working in the federal government has been the satisfaction that I receive from being committed to serving the public. In contrast, the public can be very critical of the services that we provide. What is one thing many people do not know about you? That I modeled professionally for three years while living overseas in Japan. Our fun question: If you could be any animal what would it be and why? If I had to choose, I would be a Chihuahua. Although Chihuahua’s are small and cute, they are a fearless and a confident and powerful force to be reckoned with. gpu varlack 4 What does the future hold for you? I hope to be a part of an organization where I can have the greatest impact by applying my knowledge, experience, and leadership qualities to achieve success. Where can people find you? My email is or visit our website at
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State of the American Woman Panel

This town hall inspired panel focused on starting the conversation amongst women, about our traditional roles and progressive thoughts. It was centered around the question where are we now and what does our future look like.
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Influenc-HER Profile Series|Angela Young

A Young IPS Angela Young is an author, motivational speaker and powerhouse behind the beNaked campaign. We had the opportunity to interview this change maker from Dallas, Texas who is making her mark throughout the world. Check out our interview with her. Where did your passion come from? I understand that part of my purpose is to be a service to others. I wholeheartedly believe in paying it forward.  My only mission while I’m here is to help make this world a little bit better. I want to impact the lives of women. Whether I’m curating a magical experience/event, my poetry, speaking to the youth, volunteering, writing a book, selling apparel with a purpose- I have one intention: to empower women to stand in their truth, embrace their imperfections, identify their insecurities, and love themselves with no apologies. Are there any childhood experiences that led you to where you are today? I think everything I experienced as child has shaped and molded me into the woman I am today. When I think back on I’m very blessed and beyond thankful for it all. What is the beNAKED campaign? The beNAKED Campaign is a platform to promote self-love. The aim of the campaign is to empower a generation of women to walk in their own truth, wholeheartedly embrace their perfect imperfections, and not be ashamed of who they naturally are.  Instead, celebrate real-love and be inspired to be confident and comfortable in their skin. It’s a platform for all women to grow into an unapologetic fearlessness that others can learn from. Who do you look to as inspiration and why? GOD! He is the source of my inspiration. I’m just the vessel. A Young 2 Give us a little synopsis of Pieces of Me? Reading poetry opens us up in a unique way. A poem on grief may remind us of our own sorrows; a poem on family may bring to mind our own loved ones. Somehow, the more personal a poem is, the more we can relate it to our own lives. In Pieces of Me, poet Angela D. Young not only recognizes that connection, but she also openly invites readers to share their reflections. Creating a conversational thread by including quotes from other authors after each of her poems, she also sets aside blank spaces throughout the book so that readers can write their own thoughts, perhaps even their own poems. There are too many divisive messages in the world today, especially toward women. But Pieces of Me stands as a beacon of sisterhood, speaking the truth about who we are and who we can be. As readers receive works of peace, love, hope, and happiness from the poet, they begin to recognize the pieces that they, too, have to offer the world. Pieces of Me is a book of poetry that should be on every woman’s shelf, reminding them that they are beautiful, amazing, and unique. What is a quote that you live by?  One of the quotes I live by is from Jermaine Moody: “When the right door opens be courageous enough to walk through it, be courteous enough to only take those who are capable with you, be swift enough to close the door afterwards, be observant enough to know that millions would never get the opportunities that you have, and be strong enough to continue while others mock you they will eventually honor you, be wise enough to build new doors, be great enough to open them for others.” What tangible piece of advice would you give young girls who want to be where you are? Always believe in YOU. Authenticity + Self-Respect+ Hard work will get you far. Dream big and don’t allow the world to box you in. Greatness is in all of you, but it’s up to you to tap into it. A Young 3 What do you love most about being a woman? I absolutely love my resilience. What is one of your biggest accomplishments to date? Whew! This is a tough question because I’m so grateful for all my accomplishment. But if I had to pick one it would be that I self-published my book. It has been a dream of mine since I was fifteen years old. It’s still is so surreal for me. Is there anything in life that you wish you could do over? In the early years of my career I wish I would have capitalized on opportunities and relationships while being in the position I was in.  But I do believe everything happens for a reason and it was such a valuable lesson. What is the key to finding balance in your personal and professional life? Prioritizing! Making time for what’s important and knowing when to say no. But it starts with making sure to take care of YOU first. No one can pour from an empty cup. A Young 4 What is the gift and curse of being in your industry? Being able to work with and meet so many dynamic women is definitely the gift. The curse would be reassuring other women I’m not out her trying to compete. There is more than room at the top for all of us. What is one thing many people do not know about you? I’m an introvert. Our fun question: If you could be any animal what would it be and why? LOL. I would be a butterfly. “A butterfly is a magical symbol of great transformation to come. It is a reminder that our current reality is to be experienced so that we may grow to change for the better. We are to accept and embrace these changes while keeping our faith in the end results.” The butterfly is proof that you can go through a great deal of pain or darkness yet you become something beautiful. And I’m liking the woman I’m becoming because I fought so hard to be her. A Young What does the future hold for you? I will be introducing my brand iAMAngelaYoung to the world which will be the home for all my current and future projects.  I want to welcome everyone into my world of women empowerment, where I encourage all women to walk in their truth, share their stories, embrace their imperfections, and make valuable connections with other like-minded women. This will be my creative outlet, an authentic space to build genuine relationships and make magic with other dope women. I also want to curate magical experiences with my events. I want women to be Encouraged, Inspired, and Empowered. My website will be launching soon. Where can people find you? People can find me on Instagram @iam    _angelayoung and @benakedcampaign
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