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Checking In. Shingles, Crazy Nergos, Black AIDS Institute's Black Woman Ambassador Program

Hi Everyone,

I know it's been a cool minute since my last post. What can I say, life gets your attention at one point or another.
Still in the process of getting my affairs in order. I'm healthy enough to get back to working, which I'm really excited about.  Especially getting back to working with youth.
There is so much beauty, in the genuine spirit of children. Desperately needing during times like these.

Now more than ever it's important, we're delivering strong message of self awareness to our young women.
An issue, near and dear to my heart.

I have to say 2019 started off to a rocky start.  Several awarness programs were cut due to limited funds. Working as a consultant and public speaker in this field. Has caused a financial  challenge. What scares me even more is, the possibly future budget cuts which could greatly impact communities of color. Community's who are at risk for std's/sti's.  It's time to make sure we're having the important conversations needed.

As you check out my YouTube update. I've included some pictures and videos from
Code Red Fashion Show. Thank you Dizzy Redd Ent for having me as the guest speaker and the honor of working in the show.
I promise my next fashion show. My walk will be meanđź’‹.

Second event, and a big thank you to Minister
Vance Stretch Sanders for inviting me to share a few words at The 2nd Annual A Gathering For Black Women: Calling on 1000 Queens. It was a beautiful gathering on Sunday. It was a pleasure to meet and be surrounded by so many Queens.
If you can follow Brother Sanders on social media, please do. One of the first places he invited me to was church, he's alright with me!