Keyonna Monroe teaches extensively on emotional intelligence and collaborates with several companies and institutions including Microsoft, Wells Fargo, IBM, Whole Foods, Obama Foundation, NAACP, and DOVE.
Monroe discusses topics around emotional &
spiritual wellness, mental health, and race relations. She has spoken at national and
international conferences, companies, and universities such as WAGS, NYU, USC,
Loyola Marymount, Misericordia University, Berkely and UCLA annually, and is tapped
by companies such as Job Corps, Boys and VyStar Credit Union, Raytheon and Boeing to
share her unconventional insights on leadership, and business.
What’s your Story, what’s your Purpose?
Keyonna has experience working with couples, corporate employees, and individuals
that struggle with anxiety, depression, communication, trauma, loss, and perhaps have
reached an impasse with moving forward within a career, relationship, or other life
events. Well-versed in the development and facilitation of technical and educational
training in the non-profit, academic, corporate, and governmental industries.
What you got, and who needs it?
adult learning theories and methods to develop creative and interactive presentations to
inform and motivate audiences using a wide variety of platforms, including one-on-one
and group sessions, webinars, online programs, and correspondence courses.
Certified in well-being, Contemporary Theory in Mental Health Services, Neuro-
linguistic Programming and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. With an amiable and
structured background in Counseling, Ms. Monroe generally employs NLP and CBT
techniques, while integrating interpersonal approaches to provide support and practical
feedback to help clients effectively address personal life challenges.
What can you show me, now?
She believes that the therapeutic relationship is vital to success and is respectfully
attentive to cultural factors and the unique history and circumstances of each client. With
compassion and understanding, Ms. Monroe works with each individual to help them
build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to
She views counseling as a partnership in which she works with clients
toward this goal. Keyonna Monroe is a survivor of child trafficking, and often speaks
about preventing/Identifying/Healing in terms of overall wholeness. Keyonna Monroe
is the CEO & Executive Director of Pretty2Me.org, a nonprofit organization that teaches
mental and emotional health in the form of self-love to young girls.
With a degree in
Broadcast Journalism, and Communications, as an alum of both Spelman College and
USC, Keyonna worked in marketing & advertising before making her way to major
television networks as an editor and journalist.
Add Keyonna to your diversity and inclusion program?
SparQle's mission is to help you find and clarify your unique brand identity and let it sparkle from there. Keyonna is a Leadership, Diversity and Inclusion Coach at SparQle, and one of the global team of professionals who support our clients online.
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