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Money Smart Week Event for Teens | Cumberland Public Library




Business ideas with technology and community solutions were presented to local investors. The ideas must also address something that is of value to the Community. Example: Good health, Education, Family relationships, Meaningful work at meaningful wages.

As an entrepreneur, I discovered that being an entrepreneur is a lonely journey and I created an app that will provide support along with professional development series such as career coaching and startup coaching. I was one of five idea contest winners. 



Panel Speaker

Chosen Women of Worth
Chosen Women of Worth is a non-profit Christian organization that gathers young women from all walks of life in the New England area. This year Chosen Women of Worth held a "Woman 2 Woman" talk show in which various community leaders discuss various matters that are important to women.

As a life coach, I was able to provide transparent, honest, and vulnerable life lessons for women. I discussed how to navigate life, stopping negative self-talk and how to grow despite roadblocks and detours.
Guest Speaker/Workshop Leader
The Lincoln School for Girls
December 2012/January 2016
Morgan Stone Day is an opportunity each year to renew commitment to creating a community that is inclusive and equitable for all. The Power of One: "Be the change you want to see in the world" Facilitated five workshops on communication (non-verbal and verbal communication), perception and self-image as first impressions. Participated in an open forum about peace and diversity
Workshop Topic in 2016: "You Can Sit With Us: How to Include and Advocate for All"  Intersectionality workshop

Guest Speaker
Rhode Island Young Professionals/Urban League RI Providence, RI
April 2012
As a Career Coach, I co-facilitated a career development presentation for young professionals within the Providence area, initiated job search techniques and informed attendants about the labor market and collaborated with an HR recruiter to critique resumes and cover letters.

Guest Speaker 
Rhode Island Foster Parent Association E. Providence, RI
April 2012
As a Career Coach, I facilitated a career development workshop to fifteen teenage foster care children, organized and developed a resume and cover letter worksheets for resume building and assisted the teenagers with the process of making career decisions by helping them choose a career or educational program

Guest Speaker
Crossroads RI,  Providence, RI
March 2012
As a Career Coach, I assisted students in securing and maintaining internships, working closely to ensure successful outcomes, counseled clients in job search skills, such as interviewing and networking and assisting clients in locating or applying for jobs by teaching strategies to find openings and how to write a résumé.


Workshop Facilitator
DOVE, Inc; Quincy, MA
December 2014
I spoke on the topic of Manifesting Your Greatness and Building Your Confidence for the New Year. I helped former domestic violence victims turn victor with goal setting, confidence building, and building a better future for the New Year. 

Breakout Session Speaker
Heal a Woman, Heal a Nation, Inc, Baltimore, MD
April 2015
I spoke on the topic of  The Pursuit of Passion and Purpose: Discover and Create Your Ideal Life. I spoke with a group of women who were on the road to finding their passion and purpose and living a full and passionate life. 




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Book Andrea C. Imafidon for Speaking Engagements and Interviews
To invite Andrea to speak at your next upcoming event, conference, workshop,  or for an interview; please contact us via email at drea@browngirlfromboston.com or via phone (774)-327-3383.



Andrea C. Imafidon, Founder
Brown Girl From Boston 
Anniston, AL 36201
Email: drea@browngirlfromboston.com
Phone: (774) 327-3383








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