Fireside Chat with Tinesha Cherry: Shifting Imposter Syndrome

19feb4:00 pm5:00 pmFireside Chat with Tinesha Cherry: Shifting Imposter SyndromeElizabeth Foster will be talking with Tinesha Cherry, Author, Poet and International speaker

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Are you living a fully expressed life?  What would be different in your life if you could finally break through the barriers, obstacles, limitations and challenges that are holding you back from living a life you love?Grab a cup of coffee or pour a glass of wine and enjoy this enlightening and inspiring conversation. Elizabeth Foster, NAWBO NYC President and Tinesha Cherry, International speaker and renowned poet, will chat about living a fully expressed life.

About Tinesha:
Author, Poet, International Speaker, Trainer

Tinesha Cherry is a renowned author, poet and award-winning international speaker. She has been involved in mentoring, leading, empowering and influencing audiences for more than 22 years. As a professional speaker, Mrs. Cherry uses a combination of motivational speaking, skillful poetry and compelling story telling to deliver a message of hope and inspiration to teach others how to rise above adversity and achieve their best personal, professional and educational dreams. Mrs. Cherry has touched the lives of more than 100,000 individuals across the country and around the world.

Mrs. Cherry is a devoted advocate, advisor and leader in support of women and youth development. As the founder of two organizations (Project D.R.E.A.M. and She Strong INTL) that focus on the education, motivation and advancement of women and youth, Mrs. Cherry has helped some of the most underserved individuals in our society dream beyond their reality, overcome insecurities and take the actions necessary to achieve the realization of their goals, dreams and aspirations.

Mrs. Cherry is the author of multiple books and a plethora of distinguished poetry. Mrs. Cherry’s work has been featured in several local and national publications and she is the recipient of numerous awards and acknowledgements for her work in the community.



February 19, 2021 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm(GMT-04:00)

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