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Imani Evans - Women Healing Women, Inc.. Greater Atlanta Area, GA, US

Imani Evans Imani Evans

Executive Director | Women Healing Women, Inc.

Greater Atlanta Area, GA, UNITED STATES

Executive Director/CEO of Women Healing Women, Inc. - Women's Empowerment Leader

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Biography

“Violence is an experience not an identity” says Imani Evans, which is the founding principle on which she started Women Healing Women, Inc. She has spent many years motivating others to creatively transform their lives. She is a dynamic speaker, who captivates her audience with passion and humor. As a professional counselor and life coach, Imani inspires her clients to turn painful experiences into purpose-driven missions.

Imani is currently pursuing a doctorate in Counseling Education & Supervision, and she holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, and a Masters degree in Counseling Psychology. She has been a social change agent for more than 24 years, working with several non-profit agencies throughout Atlanta, New Jersey and New York. Evans received Special Congressional Recognition as director of a national breast and cervical cancer awareness program (1996). She has facilitated workshops across the country for such organizations as: Newark Day Center, Miss Teen Plus Scholarship, YWCA, TEDCO Lincoln House, Blue Cross & Blue Shield, National Black Women’s Health Project, MELD Program for Girls, and Dance to a Different Drum.

Imani is both an artist and healer, combining her talents to create an amazing atmosphere for transformation and empowerment.

Evans was trained in the cognitive-behavioral approach to counseling. However with own spiritual growth, her style has become far more eclectic and holistic. Over the years, Imani has helped many individuals manifest their dreams beyond perceived limitations. Now she uses her unique combination of creativity and psychology as a vehicle for healing, and self-mastery. She is the author of Today is the Miracle: A 30-Day Guide for Overcoming Challenges & Creating Miracles.

Industry Expertise (3)

Non-Profit/Charitable Women Social Services

Areas of Expertise (3)

Women Non-Profit Leadership Violence Against Women

Accomplishments (2)

Special Congressional Recognition (professional)

1996-01-01

Received for work in state-wide collaborations toward breast cancer awareness.

Community Activist Award (professional)

2008-01-01

Unity Fellowship Church of Atlanta honor for work toward eradicating violence and empowering women.

Education (2)

Clark Atlanta University: Master's Degree, Counseling Psychology

Upsala College: BA, Psychology 1994

Minor in Spanish...Conversant in Spanish

Affiliations (1)

  • American Counseling Association

Testimonials (3)

Aline Jesus Rafi, Director of Prevention | DeKalb Rape Crisis Center

“Imani is a great advocate and amazing performer and presenter. I hope to work with Imani in the future and would recommend her for presentations, conferences, workshops etc.” October 8, 2008

Duncan Teague, Research Coordinator of Recruitment and Retention | ARCA

Top qualities: Personable, High Integrity, Creative
“I admire the determination and skill that Imani brings to whatever she endeavors to do. She is a professional always and her gifts are being used in the service of several communities. I have had the honor of witnessing her work in many venues over the years and I am never disappointed or worried. She is trustworthy and generous in her work and she has been a joy to collaborate. Duncan E. Teague” November 10, 2008

Sondra Wright, CEO/Founder | 40 Plus and Fabulous, LLC/ 100 Black Men--A Woman Like Me

Moving. Powerful. Thought Provoking. Riveting. Imani Evans your presentation of “Self-Care for Dynamic Women” at our 2012 100 Black Men Conference, A Woman Like Me event was spectacular. Thank you for a beautifully engaging and interactive discussion that had us at “Good Morning,” and is sure to leave an impression for many years to come.

Event Appearances (5)

Where's the Fire? The 7-Keys to Igniting Passion and Purpose

Infinity Diamond Conference  Raleigh, NC

2010-01-01

The Fine Art of Self-Care For Dynamic Women

Infinity Diamond Conference  Raleigh, NC

2012-01-01

Violence Against Women Panel

Panel Discussion on Eradicating Violence  Emory University

2009-01-01

Surviving to Thriving

Workshop by Zami on Empowering Women  Atlanta Health Inititiative

2008-01-01

Healing the Pandemic of Violence: The Peace Revolution!

Is Peace Possible?  Little 5 Points Community Center

2011-01-01

Sample Talks (1)

The Fine Art of Self-Care for Dynamic Women

This presentation is designed for women with big hearts, big visions, big responsibilities and energetic lives who are seeking BALANCE. It is an interactive workshop designed specifically for dynamic women…the overwhelmed, overworked, perfectionist, and the “fixer” types that we all can be at different times. It offers a an in-depth working definition of self-care and practical solutions to overcome the superwoman complex. (Participatory/Interactive).

Style

Availability

  • Keynote
  • Moderator
  • Panelist
  • Workshop Leader
  • Host/MC
  • Corporate Training

Fees

500 to 3000
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