Imani Evans Baskin

  • Imani has been passionately committed to the personal empowerment of individuals and communities for many years. She is the CEO & Founder of Women Healing Women, a non-profit organization dedicated to the eradication of       violence against women and girls. “Violence is an experience not an identity”, says Evans.  This is the founding principle on which she started Women Healing Women, Inc. Imani is a dynamic speaker, who captivates her audience with passion, humor and a unique ability to personalize her message to fit anyone listening to her words. As a professional counselor and life coach, Imani inspires her clients to turn painful experiences into purpose-driven missions. She is affectionately known as the Barrier Breaker & Change Maker! 

    Imani holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, a Masters degree in Counseling Psychology and is currently pursuing a doctorate in Counseling Education & Supervision. She has been a non-profit leader and social change agent for more than 26 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 training & workshops across the country for such organizations as: 100 Black Men 2012 Conference, Infinity Diamond Conference, Emory University, Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence, 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. Presently Imani serves on the board of directors for PeopleTV,Atlanta’s only non-profit public-access television cable TV channel and the Executive  Director for the Little 5 Points Center for Arts & Community. 

    Imani is both an artist and healer, combining her talents to create an amazing atmosphere for transformation and empowerment. Over the years, she 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, REFLECTIONS JOURNAL FOR WOMEN: 50 questions for increased self-awareness & transformation and Unveiling the I AM (2015 release). 

    Accomplishments:

    –Certified Non-Profit Manager

    –Certified Life Coach

    –Community Activist Award, Unity Fellowship Church of Atlanta 2008

    –Special Congressional Recognition, YWCA of Trenton N.J. 1996

 

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