In Krity’s shoes: Conquering the Fashion Industry One #OOTD at a Time

Name: Krity Shrestha Hometown: Kalamazoo, MI Where do you live? New York What does it mean to have a voice? Having a voice means having power, a confidence to speak up How did you find your voice? My grandmother largely inspired me and the fashion industry further encouraged my voice.  What event or series of events Read more about In Krity’s shoes: Conquering the Fashion Industry One #OOTD at a Time[…]

In Natasha’s Shoes : Fearless Living is the Only Way to Live

Name: Natasha Nurse Hometown: Manhattan, New York Current Residence: Long Island, New York What does it mean to have a voice? Having a voice means you can share your thoughts, passions, and concerns with the world. You can do this unapologetically and fearlessly no matter what. What event or series of events led to you Read more about In Natasha’s Shoes : Fearless Living is the Only Way to Live[…]

In Sheela’s shoes: Overcoming Fear to Pursue Your Passion

Name: Sheela Pai Hometown: New York, New York Where do you live?  New York, New York What does it mean to have a voice?  It means accepting and finding the beauty in all parts of yourself and your history How did you find your voice?   When I fell in love with running after over a year of Read more about In Sheela’s shoes: Overcoming Fear to Pursue Your Passion[…]

In Jerlyn’s shoes: Live Your Best Life

Name: Jerlyn Hometown: Wesley, Dominica Current Residence: Bronx, NY What does it mean to have a voice? Being your authentic self despite marching to your own drum or dancing to your own beat. How did you find your voice? By seeking purpose, running into some barriers, and learning to fail. I think my voice has always been there. It just Read more about In Jerlyn’s shoes: Live Your Best Life[…]

In Elise’s shoes : Becoming Confident, Bold, and Successful

Name: Elise-Christelle Woappi (prefers Elise) Hometown: Born in Cameroon Grew up: Hanover, Pennsylvania Current Residence: Manhattan What does it mean to have a voice? To be able to express yourself without setback and accomplish success despite the challenges you might face. How did you find your voice? I focused on developing my mental and emotional health so Read more about In Elise’s shoes : Becoming Confident, Bold, and Successful[…]

In Shemeka’s shoes: The Shelter WithIN the Storm

Name : Shemeka Denise Hometown: Dirty South by way of Harlem Current Residence: Brooklyn What does it mean to have a voice? Being unafraid to audaciously speak, live, and act on your convictions How did you find your voice? Two words: Trial and Tribulation. What event or series of events led to you finding your Read more about In Shemeka’s shoes: The Shelter WithIN the Storm[…]

In Mel’s shoes: One Dish At A Time

I used to be a bit of an overachiever. I planned, scheduled and arranged my life according to lists, then beat myself up when deadlines were not met, promises were broken, or piecrusts did not turn out exactly the way I wanted. I often obsessed over what I could have done differently and rarely gave myself Read more about In Mel’s shoes: One Dish At A Time[…]

In Kristin’s shoes: Mindfulness After Loss

I’ve spent most of my life afraid and anxious- frustrated that few understood what I lost. When I was just two weeks turning shy of celebrating my fifth birthday, my father died from cancer. The entire trajectory of my life changed. I’ve spent countless hours studying human behavior and grief. I even obtained my Master’s Read more about In Kristin’s shoes: Mindfulness After Loss[…]

In Ellie’s shoes: Hosting Lessons from Power Brunch Sundays

As long as I could remember I loved event planning. At the end of 2015, I decided to host a monthly Sunday brunch with new and old female friends in 2016. I was inspired by a potluck lunch I hosted earlier that year – a diverse group of friends from ages, occupation, cultures and life Read more about In Ellie’s shoes: Hosting Lessons from Power Brunch Sundays[…]