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Meet Our Founder 


Labrena Coleman

Mentor, Life Coach, Teacher, and Motivational Speaker

Labrena Coleman is the founder of Her Movement Inc, which is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to providing quality comprehensive mental health services to children, adolescents, and families. Her Movement Inc, goal is to encourage young individuals to become better people and uplift others within their community. Over the years, Ms.Coleman has experienced working with vulnerable, diverse populations throughout  Belle Glade, South Bay, Pahokee, Orlando, Georgia, Chicago, and more. Ms.Coleman has her bachelor's in Psychology, Master's in Social Work, Certified Life Coach, and Youth Mental First AID certification.

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Chad Herring


Lisa Walker


Jasmine Humphries


Kendall Wyatt

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Gwen Patrick

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Kendriana Miller

Program Strategist

Meet Our Interns in Florida


Marie Lafortune is a vivacious lady who was born and raised in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Marie developed an early interest in the world outside of her city. She went on to earn a bachelor's degree in public safety management and currently pursuing a master's degree in international affairs.

In addition to her educational accomplishments, she is a loving wife and mother of a bright and curious 5-year-old son who enjoys exploring his surroundings.

Marie has shown a significant commitment to lifting up individuals by bringing their hidden best selves out into the world throughout her career. She has worked with individuals and organizations to encourage acceptance, whether it is due to a disability or another life choice. Marie is a humble, kind, and friendly woman who is driven by a desire to empower others while looking for ways to make a difference in the world.

Mya Osibogun is 20 years old and was born and raised in Virginia Beach, Virginia. She is majoring in Global Health Studies with minors in health management & policy and psychology on the pre-medical track at the University of Miami. She has made a point to be involved on campus. She is the secretary for the Yellow Rose Society and Minority Women in Medicine and treasurer for the National Council of Negro Women and the National Pan-Hellenic Council. Since her youth, she was inspired by the women in her life such as her mother and grandmother who have made her the woman she is today. Mya dreams and aspires to either serve underserved communities as a Physician or work as a healthcare consultant. No matter how she goes, she intends to leave a lasting impact.  She joined “Her Movement” because she believed that young black women are the future of society and that it is vital that they are exposed to as much as possible. Fostering helpful knowledge and life skills from a young age only sets the girls up for destiny in the long run.

Amaris Charles is a second-year student at the University of North Texas, pursuing a degree in Anthropology on the pre-med track. Amaris is passionate about exploring the world we live in helping others in any way she can. A fun fact about Amaris is that she has traveled to 28 countries, which has given her amazing insights into diverse cultures and ways of life. Her commitment to excellence in both academics and professional endeavors is only surpassed by her love for a good cup of coffee.

Sadana S. Mukundan has completed her bachelor of science degree in psychology and is self-employed through her family business. At present, she is highly involved with research in the field of social and I/O psychology at her professors labs. Her social psychology research focus includes gender, STEM, and social stereotypes. In the field of I/O psychology, she studies job crafting behaviors in the workplace. Sadana has presented her research in conferences such as SOARS, SPSP, and FURC. She is currently, on track to expand her skillset by applying psychology in the field of education and counseling through internships since her long-term career goal is to become a clinical psychologist. As an intern, she is excited to help Her Movement empower young African American women on their journey to integrate into society despite the many challenges they are faced with.

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