Women’s History Month Spotlight: Dr. Felicia Clark – Body Acceptance Coach & Author


IMG_1917Name and Occupation:
Dr. Felicia Clark, Body Acceptance Coach and Author

What do you love about being a woman?
I love that I have choices, supportive connected relationships with friends, and I love that I am both creative and logical.

What do you hate about being a woman?
I used to hate that we live in a sexist society. But, since I learned the power of my feminine energy, I no longer feel victimized by sexism.

Who influences you?
Presently, I am influenced by Michelle Obama, Dr. Cornell West, and Tim Wise. From the past, Carter G. Woodson, Fydor Dostoyevsky and many other writers who understood human psychology well..

Something about you that would surprise people?
I was a model at the top agency in the United States and also supervised and led the top achieving mathematics reform initiative team in the United States.

Anything else you`d like to add?
I am a life coach who works with women to claim their femininity in powerful ways while keeping their success.

www.ebooklifecoach.com

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