Upcoming events

Join Chineze Martinez, LMHC CAP , Toderick Devoe, Dr. Ngonzi Truth Crushshon, Psy.D. and our special guest Former Oregon Senator, House of Representatives Speaker Margaret Carter for           

Part 3: RETRAUMATIZATION in the Black Community: A Call for Action and Change. Saturday, June 27, 2020 at 1pm CST/ 2pm EST.                                                   

Click link to register: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZclfuivrjMsE9WbAN728GopZXiP3wLe_NZE?fbclid=IwAR0rYktxhGq9x-TcchcF843GHpYkqSvNcy5ijj4Kwj6nfrwUvDch5VExkHk






BLACK GIRLS CRY 3DPlease join us Saturday, April 27, 2019 5pm-7pm at the

Connect Gallery 1520 East Harper Chicago, Illinois 60615

(near Ja Grill in Harper Court)

for our first book signing in Chicago

“Black Girls Cry” a book that explores 10 active and passive ways to cope with grief and shares local/national resources for coping with grief.

There will be a brief discussion/ Q&A on healing after the loss of a loved one, autographed books for purchase and a meet and greet with the author Dr. Ngonzi Truth Crushshon, Psy.D.


RSVP here: https://letstalkaboutgriefbooksigning.eventbrite.com


Entrepreneurs Circle monthly conference call or meetup (open & free to the public):

Entrepreneurs Circle conference call    9am CST every 1st Saturday Join the facebook group and page “Entrepreneurs Circle”

Entrepreneurs Circle is an accountability group to help entrepreneurs take action on their business ideas and goals. We discuss WINS, barriers and problem solve solutions within our businesses. Entrepreneurs Circle takes the “loneliness” out of entrepreneurship by creating a “safe space” for business owners/entrepreneurs to grow and feel supported while growing their business.


Mastermind Conference Call    930pm CST every Thursday (open & free to the public):                                                                              

A mastermind group is a peer-to-peer mentoring concept used to help members solve their problems with input and advice from the other group members. The concept was coined in 1925 by author Napoleon Hill in his book The Law of Success, and described in more detail in his 1937 book, Think and Grow Rich. In his books, Hill discussed the idea of the Master Mind, which referred to two or more people coming together in harmony to solve problems.

We meet via phone weekly to discuss our WINS and ASKS each week and hold one another accountable on our personal goals.  We’ve had lots of SUCCESSES in our Mastermind Group so far: new jobs, new businesses, new relationships, new babies, new business ideas, better health, clarity on decisions related to family/friendships, greater financial success and MUCH MORE!