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Aug. 15, 2022

Live a Dream Lifestyle

Introducing Deneen Consults.

Hello 👋🏽

I’m Deneen L. Garrett and I:

🔵Elevate #WOC Voices |
🟡Build #Community |
🔵Coach Black women to #LiveaDreamLifestyle |
🟡Motivational Speaker |
🔵Podcaster ~ 🎧 or 👀 deneenlgarrett.com |
🟡CEO/Founder of Deneen Consults deneenconsults.com |

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Live a D…

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July 16, 2022

Black Youth in Sailing

More Day 5, Week 1, Session 1

What Capsize & Recovery looks like.

DCSC’s Challenge the Wind Youth Sailing

#BlackYouthinSailing

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July 16, 2022

Black Youth in Sailing

Who’s ready for CAPSIZE RECOVERY?

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July 15, 2022

What I Learned

What I Learned this Week

As shared, we kicked off the Detroit Community Sailing Center’s CHALLENGE THE WIND YOUTH SAILING Program on Monday. Thrilled to note it’s our LARGEST cohort with 30+ students. Most of whom are 1st timers.

In Mondays post, I posed this question: What will Y💛U Learn? On T…

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In this #BlackHistoryMonth episode, Dr. Kimya Nuru Dennis, a community advocate, sociologist and criminologist, educator, and researcher, holds nothing back. She is firm in her Blackness and about what is and is not "diversity work".

Check it out for as she gets raw and real.

This week’s guest is…

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June 28, 2022

Close the Gap

CLOSE THE GAP

Did you know that only “70% of kids in the City of Detroit know how to swim”? - Detroit Free Press2021

Detroit Community Sailing Center (DCSC) partnered with YMCA of Metropolitan Detroit
to teach Swim Safety. Today kicked off day 1 of 4. Although you don’t need to know how to swim…

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Tapping in to share what I've been up to.

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Let's #ElevateWOCVoices #AmplifyBlackExcellence #PromoteBlackYouthSailing
Have a #ConversationinBlack
#DreaminBlack #Bl…

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In 2017, I created a panel to give LGBTQ+ WOC and Allies space to use their voices. Three years later, I decided to level up so on Good Friday of 2020, I Nike'd it and started the An Intimate Conversation with Women of Color (ICW) podcast to provide WOC a platform to use their voices. Since then, I…

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Nikè Anani, Speaker/Author/CEO/Wife/Mom, is passionate about ensuring family businesses outlast their founders. Understanding how generational wealth is created, Nikè is forging her own path by equipping the next generation with tools to “step out of the shadow” of their parent(s)…. Check out this…

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Patricia Arboleda, Executive and Leadership Coach, Career Strategist; CEO & Founder; Senior Executive at Corporate America; Board Advisor, built upon 20+ years of leadership development in Corporate America, and started her coaching business, Arboleda Coaching, to impact Latinas and other women. Du…

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CoachKemi Oyesola, helps Black Female Managers/Directors Aspiring for CSuite/Board Engage in Strategic Thinking, Raise Their Impact & Profile & Get Promoted. She is also a Cranfield Doctoral Researcher and is checked in from the UK. CoachKemi doesn’t get caught up the past instead she taps into he…

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Who has your back? Who can you confide in? Who are those people you can have “open mic” conversations with? These are your personal Board of Directors or “Tribe”. Listen as Lollie-Ramirez-Bennett, CEO Women of AT&T National. WOA is an Employee Resource Group, and I discuss this and more in this wee…

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Imagine doing all the things to become an anesthesiologist to be told by a patient they did not want a Black doctor? Dr. Christen Behzadi, a board-certified anesthesiologist and founder of InternationalIntercultural, didn’t have to imagine this as she lived it. Thanks to a colleague confronting the…

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After losing her mom, Ashley Johnson, mother or 2, a personal trainer and owner of BE U Fitness, suffered with depression. After also gaining over 300 pounds, Ashley made the decision to “love herself” and started her journey to a healthier lifestyle. Check out our conversation in this week’s epis…

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Welcome to Season 2 & Happy New Year! In this week’s episode, Joy and I talk about how she invests in others, her experience on OWN's Ready to Love, a dream deferred yet not dead, the loss of her sister and what she’s “Ready 2…” in 2021. Listen to hear more.

Joy M. Hutton is a native of Chicago…

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It’s a New Year and for many that signals time for a change. Whether you’re burned out, exhausted, ready for something new, this week’s #intimateconversation is for YOU! Check out the 1st episode of 2022 and season 3 with Jocquice “Jae”Spikes, a Career & Business Coach, as she breaks down the thre…

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If nothing else, this week’s guest, Al Jones, a service-disabled veteran, personal finance author, game developer and African American/Black male who had bad credit and achieved the perfect FICO score 8 credit rating of 850, wants you to know 1. You’re not alone 2. You CAN and 3. Keep it simple! C…

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In this world, for women of color and Black women, we are faced with so much. Was that a micro-aggression? Did you mean harm when you complimented me? What did you intend by singling me out? Naomi Samuel, a Management PhD Student at the University of Texas at Arlington who id passionate about st…

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As a child, Sandy Vo, a meditation teacher devoted to revolutionizing modern living by introducing a new level of functionality and serving more conscious leaders on their journey of Self-Realization, was who she thought others wanted her to be. Fast forward to surviving trauma and when she was a c…

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Check out Meka Urriola-Hunt, President of LEAGUE at AT&T Georgia, as she shares her passion for working with LGBTQ+ youth. Her message to youth, “You’re not alone.” To us, “Try something new.”


Resource(s):

Covenant House Georgia: https://covenanthousega.org/

HRC Atlanta: https://hrcatlanta…

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#TBT to Pride Month 2020 ~ “All Black Lives Matter which include Black Trans Lives Matter” with Michelle Brown, She/Her/Hers. Michelleis a Public Speaker, Author, Activist, Radio Host of Collections by Michelle Brown-Blog Radio.

Michelle Brown found her voice in her teens and uses it to open conv…

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IIn this week’s episode, I flipped the script my Sister Friend Monique Evans, an EquipFin Transaction Coordinator in Commercial Banking Operations at Wells Fargo & Company, who answered “What’s the T?”. Instead of my normal Q&A style, I tossed out topics and Monique weighed in. We talked Dating to…

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What are YOU doing with what you’ve been given? Are you hiding it? Clutching onto it? Or like in the Bible, doing nothing with it? Check out this week’s episode with “Real Talk” Tasha Randle, “equips professionals with clarity, confidence, and the action plan to boldly pursue and get the things th…

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Being raised by parent born in Cuba, her mom is mulata and her father is Black, Josy Laza Gallagher, MA, (she,her,hers,ella), Global Inclusion Consultant & Executive Coach, Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement(HACE) Board Member, Former President, Madrinas, is who she is. “I am not one or the o…

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