Our featured Contributors inspires, enlighten and encourage our women readers to find their connection.
Jennifer Urezzio is a featured contributor since November 2016. Jennifer Urezzio specializes in helping people connect – to themselves, to each other, and to the Divine. She founded a new paradigm, Soul Language, which provides guidance for understanding our true nature and tools for accessing deeper levels of awareness. This new insight into how the Soul expresses itself is being embraced by top healers, lifestyle coaches, and CEOs all over the world as a method for helping people recognize their purpose and live from a place of power and truth. Jennifer is the author of two books: Soul Language – Consciously Connecting with Your Soul for Success and A Little Book of Prayers, both available on Amazon. To learn more visit: www.SoulLanguage.us. Read her articles at http://connectedwomanmag.com/contributor-jennifer-urezzio/
Our newest contributor is a former CWM featured cover and featured expert. Dr. Shekina Farr Moore. Shekina M. Moore, Ed.D., is an educator and gender & social justice advocate. She is the Founder and CEO of B2F Girls Worldwide, a gender empowerment incubator that produces advocacy initiatives, campaigns and events. She has spoken out against gender oppression and disempowerment since 1992, penning her first published article, “Blocking Out the Gender Gap”, while a high school student. This article garnered the attention of the National Press for Women. She is also the author of Beautiful, Big-boned and Brown, Blah to Fierce, Black Girls Hear, and co-author of When Dark Chocolate is Bittersweet: Controversy Within A Culture. Check out her articles here http://connectedwomanmag.com/contributors/contributor-dr-shekina-farr-moore/
Another featured contributor is Mary Lou Stark, known as the Book Enchantress, supports people in expressing their message through books, products, and services. She has the ability to focus a clear light on the core points of your message so that you can reveal those ideas that are dear to your heart in a way that your audience will respond to. At the same time she lovingly encourages you as you work through the fears that spring up along the way. She helped edit A Little Book of Prayers by Jennifer Urezzio. To learn more visit www.bookenchantress.com. Read her articles at http://connectedwomanmag.com/contributor-mary-lou-stark/
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