The Maven is empowering women through her new societal movement on YouTube and Instagram


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Chaya (The Maven) is empowering women everywhere with the launch of The Maven Movement, connecting women of color through YouTube and Instagram to build a positive community.

© Chaya (The Maven)

Chaya (The Maven) is empowering women everywhere with the launch of The Maven Movement, connecting women of color through YouTube and Instagram to build a positive community.

With her years of experience and world renowned expertise supporting individuals and the community at large, Chaya’s (The Maven) mission to educate, empower and uplift women who have endured traumatic experiences has helped many who are now able to re-build their lives.

Following her announcement earlier this year to provide a safe, judgment-free zone for women to participate in workshops that support emotional and spiritual wellbeing, Chaya’s message has been resonating all across the nation through her growing YouTube channel as well as on Instagram where she shares her latest perspective on life, love, politics and more.

“Our mission is to revive, restore, and renew women of color to realize their Queendom through the support of a global sisterhood.”

The core values of The Maven Movement encompass empathy, respect, knowledge and family. As well as bringing people together, it’s encouraging honesty, justice and love while uplifting others.

The Maven Movement, which is reaching women across all races, religions, cultural and political backgrounds, has brought breakthroughs to those that have felt disenfranchised, and endured traumatic life experiences. Through the power of this new community, women are finding healing and forging ahead with new optimism – knowing they have a collective of likeminded people who support one another.

The Maven’s work hasn’t gone unnoticed, capturing the attention of industry peers with the growth of her online presence on social media, as she shares positive, inspirational content that helps us think deeply about our values, and what we cherish most.

With so much turmoil in the world today, Chaya has embraced a societal movement that can help to uplift women wherever they may be. And in turn, giving back to communities and empowering them by addressing women’s needs.

Chaya (The Maven) – “We Got Something To Say”.

To learn more about The Maven’s work, connect with her on Instagram and YouTube to discover more.

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