Vulnerability – Part 1
Tosha Jackson is an accomplished leader in the Chicago public school system. An engaging speaker and teacher, Tosha has led professional development opportunities in the non-profit and public school arena for over 15 years. Through her work in the public school system she leads and guides school teams in transforming low performing schools and improving educational outcomes for students of color.
As the founder of Legacy Empowerment Solutions, she empowers extremely busy clients to impact their legacy through individual and group wellness coaching connections, resources, and educational support services. She also currently serves as a high school educational leader, and has 19 years of professional experience in education. It is her daily honor to serve others and encourage their growth as they learn to live fully, learn daily, and love unconditionally. Crystal January is gifted to help you remember to take care of yourself and exceed your goals in a manner that inspires your legacy.
Rhonda received a Master’s Degree in Counseling and is also a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC).
Avis Denise Files
Avis Denise Files is a Program Director, Facilitator and Entrepreneur. Avis received a B.A. in Human Services from The University of Toledo. Over her career she has worked in the areas of domestic violence, homelessness and drug addiction services. Avis has traveled to a diverse array of venues speaking on subjects such as fathers and domestic violence, recruitment and retention of African-Americans, Co-Parenting and outcome results in programs. Avis’ interactive presentation skills engage the audience and encourage active participation by all. Mrs. Files with her husband Michael own JustUs Files, LLC, a business they began in 2014 and specialize in working with African –American blended (MENDED) families, helping them to navigate through life using co-parenting techniques that create healthy new practices for their relationships to survive and thrive. The Files offer sessions to couples, singles and youth.