Featured Speaker: Nijiama Smalls

About Nijiama Smalls

Author of The Black Girl’s Guide to Healing Emotional Wounds Series, Nijiama Smalls is a writer, emotional coach, and speaker. She has written for local, national, and global publications and spoken on numerous platforms on the topics of healing emotional wounds, emotional intelligence, self-love, and destroying generational patterns. The wife of Pastor Shamon Smalls, Nijiama Smalls is a mother of two and a southern bell. A native of Rock Hill, SC and current resident of Northern Virginia, she has spent many years working as a career counselor in Washington, DC serving inner city youth and adults. She has also spent years in various leadership roles in Corporate America. In addition, she has served as an adjunct faculty member at two local post-secondary educational institutions where she taught professional development and business-related courses. Mrs. Smalls has studied at Fayetteville State University, earned a B.A. from Winthrop University and later a M.S. A certified life coach, Mrs. Smalls also holds certifications in Emotional Intelligence, Trauma Informed Care, Mindfulness Mediation, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She enjoys sharing her wisdom with women and leaders on their journey towards healing and managing their emotions. Mrs. Smalls is the President and Founder of the Prince William County Chapter of Mocha Moms Inc. There she is able to empower women of color to be the best moms they can be while encouraging them to maintain a balance within their lives. She also serves as the leader of the Family Life Ministry at Zion Church Woodridge where she is able to pour into families within her local community.

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About Nijiama Smalls

Author of The Black Girl’s Guide to Healing Emotional Wounds Series, Nijiama Smalls is a writer, emotional coach, and speaker. She has written for local, national, and global publications and spoken on numerous platforms on the topics of healing emotional wounds, emotional intelligence, self-love, and destroying generational patterns. The wife of Pastor Shamon Smalls, Nijiama Smalls is a mother of two and a southern bell. A native of Rock Hill, SC and current resident of Northern Virginia, she has spent many years working as a career counselor in Washington, DC serving inner city youth and adults. She has also spent years in various leadership roles in Corporate America. In addition, she has served as an adjunct faculty member at two local post-secondary educational institutions where she taught professional development and business-related courses. Mrs. Smalls has studied at Fayetteville State University, earned a B.A. from Winthrop University and later a M.S. A certified life coach, Mrs. Smalls also holds certifications in Emotional Intelligence, Trauma Informed Care, Mindfulness Mediation, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She enjoys sharing her wisdom with women and leaders on their journey towards healing and managing their emotions. Mrs. Smalls is the President and Founder of the Prince William County Chapter of Mocha Moms Inc. There she is able to empower women of color to be the best moms they can be while encouraging them to maintain a balance within their lives. She also serves as the leader of the Family Life Ministry at Zion Church Woodridge where she is able to pour into families within her local community.

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