Excited to invite you to join me every Friday beginning my birthday week on APRIL 7, 2017 as I take on issues that WE need and MUST talk about.
Let me make a quick list so you know what I am talking about.
1. I am fine! – But are we really? Why don’t we speak the truth?
2. I will DO something! – We are often glistened eyes and ready to jump at doing something and then we fall off. How can we stop doing that?
3. Define Acceptance – I will let that marinated, how often do we accept the things that we can change?
This will be some gooooood chat so please join me on my Instagram: KimberlyWalkercbe, Periscope: Kimberlyjwalker and of course Facebook Live: www.facebook.com/kimjwalker
Check out my contact page and 1 click get you there!
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Karen Terrado, M.Ed.| South King County, Washington | Organization: SOAR | Building Effective Partnerships for Children, Youth and Families
Karen Terrado leads SOAR’s Youth Development and Engagement work in King County, Washington. She is an advocate for youth voice and works to expand and create pathways for young people to learn, engage and organize. She is a University of Washington graduate, a Bachelor degree in Society, Ethics and Human Behavior with minor in Human Rights and a Master in Education Policy. Prior to working with SOAR, Karen designed and implemented research-driven community projects like Bothell Youth Court, that serves the Northshore School District, hearing traffic violations by youth for youth guided by restorative justice principles. She has been a strong partner and supporter to various youth, equity and social change projects and initiatives in Washington State
Kimberly Walker is an inspirational speaker & writer, goal coach, national beauty queen, inspirational facilitator, and a policy & programming facilitator for early learning . Kimberly is also the founder and CEO of Curves Beautifully Empowered (CBE) which sole purpose is to empower women to attain their goals successfully and have body confidence. She currently holds the national title American Beauties Plus Lifetime Queen where her platform is to empower women to achieve their goals and live their dreams.
Kimberly’s educational background includes a Bachelor of Arts in Advertising from Washington State University’s Edward R. Murrow School of Communications. Kimberly earned a Masters of Social Work degree with emphasis on Policy & Administration from the University of Washington’s School of Social Work. Additionally Ms. Walker is passionate about serving her community, and has spent a number of years serving on; The Advisory Board King County Community Organizing, King County Children and Family Commission, King County Children’s Mental Health Services Health N’ Action, King County Youth Involvement Project Youth N’ Action and Seattle Times Youth Advisory Board. Additionally, she established the Kinship Konnection and serves 40 to 50 families a month with household items and resources. Kimberly has served a number of community based organizations and faith based organizations in her pursuit of improving her community.
Ultimately, Kimberly’s mission is to transform the lives of women by giving support, tools and provide experiences needed to live an empowered life. She defines empowerment as the promotion of self-actualization of one’s inner beauty and power.”
“CBE is so necessary and important to me because I am a woman with dreams and curves. As many women have approached me over the years with questions about my ability to be confident, I realized there is a need. I know when a woman does not fit a standard of beauty in this society they are often limited by either their own perception of self and or by how others treat them. However, when you know who you are, your personal worth and the power you have as a woman, your quality of life can increase tremendously. My platform’s mission is to transform the lives of women with curves by giving support, tools and provide experiences needed to live an empowered life. I define empowerment as the promotion of self-actualization of one’s inner beauty and power.”