“ It broke my heart to witness women suffering in silence with shame, remorse, and anxieties about their financial situations. As a result, I made the decision to put my previous expertise and credentials to use in order to open doors of opportunity for all women who identify as female within my community and beyond. To study who they are and to assist them in evolving into who they wish to be.”
Coach Princess started her own consulting and coaching company at the start of a public health crisis with a focus on providing woman most at risk in her community a safe space to learn themselves, and to development organizational programs to assist both individuals and corporate clients. She caters to major companies nonprofit organizations and local shelters, she works well with senior corporate executives and can provide consultations and program development for all level corporations. Coach Princess holds ties and experience in prison reform advocacy, woman empowerment, and self-government.
Finding herself in giving back to the woman most at risk in her community by allowing each woman to learn themselves, as well as develop well thought out strategies, and plans to elevate out of there past toxic ways. Each woman at the end of working with Coach Princess in her self created sessions fully gaining a new mindset, and tools on how to take control of their destinies.
Coach Princess is the sole owner of Crown Elevate Project LLC, author, and a certified women’s life, health, and wellness coach, director of fundraising for SisterZ with Hope & Faith, Inc board of directors, certified an accredited personal finance coach, along with being a active duty Army police veteran. She received a bachelor’s degree in public administration and project management from the University of Phoenix and became a certified professional community health worker in COVID-19 response while at the College of Southern Maryland.
“Being a certified life, health, and wellness coach in woman’s wellness. I am able to offer high-quality, targeted mental and behavioral programs to relieve their stress and physical issues. There are currently no such solutions offered here for all gender identifying and incarcerated/facilities bound woman.”