Grace Bronson is an Intentional Activism coach for Mavenelle who has spent over ten years studying, leading training, and facilitating dialogue around various forms of oppression and inequity. As a white womxn, she believes that to choose to be passive towards injustice is to accept it. Through work with various community organizations and nonprofits, Grace makes it a focus to listen and learn from people directly impacted by all permissively violent systems, while centering her whiteness as a responsibility toward collective liberation. She has a B.A. in politics and sociology, focused on racial justice and has lived and worked in various countries and states. She is currently in law school at Loyola University New Orleans College of Law.
Faitth is a Master's Level Social Worker engaging in community organizing and activism. Faitth serves the community in a variety of roles and positions. She has been afforded the opportunity to serve as a social justice advocate and anti-racism educator. In addition to that, Faitth is also a gifted speaker, writer, administrator and consultant.
A crafter of liberatory language and spaces, Hassani graduated from Brown University, and has completed research fellowships with the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and Frontline Solutions Consulting Firm. As the founder of educational nonprofit, Sani and Company, Scott nurtures and encourages citizens by teaching the truth while preserving hope and childhood innocence.
Victoria Alexander is currently a PhD student at the University of Maryland College of Education. Victoria provides diversity, equity, and inclusion trainings to universities, companies, and organizations. The aim of her work is to engage critical consciousness building to challenge myths regarding the historical and present-day distributions of power, and empower people to leverage their own social identities and positions within systems of power.
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Black Girl In Om exists to hold and catalyze healing within black women around the world on their unique journeys towards wholeness. We support the necessary transformation, spiritual awakening, consciousness shifts, and intergenerational healing occurring within the diaspora.