Kimani Norrington-Sands

Laurel, Maryland, USA

Kimani Norrington-Sands
Lifting As We Climb Consulting

"Lifting As We Climb Consulting focuses on supporting individual and collective healing by utilizing strengths-based, culturally grounded approaches. In honor of those who have come before us and their faith, vision, determination, as well as resilience, Lifting As We Climb Consulting embodies John Mbiti's quote of "I am because we are and since we are, therefore I am" and The National Association of Colored Women's motto of "Lifting As We Climb." Lifting As We Climb Consulting recognizes that our realities and destinies are interconnected. Therefore, it is essential to support the well-being and growth of others during individual efforts of forward movement. Inspired by Fannie Lou Hamer's quote of, "I am sick and tired of being sick and tired," Lifting As We Climb Consulting was developed to facilitate collective action towards social justice. Social inequity cannot be addressed by sitting on the sidelines commenting on what needs to happen. As poignantly stated by Toni Morrison, "It is ridiculous to focus on lipstick and band-aids when there is a plague in our land." At Lifting As We Climb Consulting, the focus is on working with you to identify and address areas of growth through offered services of trainings, mental health consultations, therapy, and editing assistance. Services are culturally relevant and trauma informed."

Business Name : Lifting As We Climb Consulting

Website : liftingasweclimbconsulting.com

Describe Your Coaching Company : The Manifesting Healing Job Coaching Program for Black Women provides an opportunity for Black Women to identify and begin the healing process related to the disatisfaction/pain of toxic jobs. This healing is necessary so that there is a greater level of clarity in articulating professional needs and interests as well as pursuing professional environments which affirms you and supports your professional growth.

Coaching Category : Life Coach

Year Founded : 2019

Professional Associations : Association of Black Psychologists American Psychological Association

What is Your Why? Why do you do what you do? : As Black Women, we often experience racism and sexism in the workplace. These experiences in the workplace as well as other stressors in our lives can negatively impact our physical, mental, and spiritual health. In honor of our ancestors who paved the way for us to be here, they have sacrificed too much for us to continue to experience negative treatment, particularly in the workplace. We as Black Women deserve to be affirmed for gifts and talents as well as supported in our professional growth.

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