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Sonia uses her obsession with technology and passion for mindfulness to organize and harmonize almost every aspect of her life. She has been a black woman her whole life, a small business owner for nearly 20 years, and an active leader for more than a decade. Her consistent mindfulness practices and frequent productive use of technology help her to effectively manage stress, consciously parent her powerful daughter, and to skillfully and successfully design, build, cultivate and grow containers where amazing things happen.
David designs, builds and cultivates successful and productive sales and strategic partnerships to increase awareness, affinity, buy-in, and revenue with experience within the tech, publishing, consumer technology, medical device, and corporate retail industries - all with mindfulness at the core. With over 17 years of experience, he puts the FUNK in cross-functional training and leadership, and uses his intense desire to serve to intentionally and effectively connect people, places and ideas. Combining his commitment to his own mindfulness evolution with his commitment to create lasting change and healing, David is on a Soul Mission to serve, collaborate, impact, add value, and have fun.
An associate professor at Spelman College and a clinical psychology affiliate faculty member with Emory University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. Given her training in clinical-community psychology, Dr. Watson-Singleton has specific training and expertise in community-based research, survey research, and qualitative and mixed methods designs and analyses. To date, Dr. Watson-Singleton has used these skills to carry out programs of research that examine stress-health processes that influence psychological and physical health outcomes (e.g., depression, substance misuse, PTSD) among AfricanAmericans and ways to leverage culturally-responsive technology-based interventions to target these outcomes.
Unity / Umoja
Self-determination / Kujichagulia
Collective Work and Responsibility / Ujima
Cooperative Economics / Ujamaa
Purpose / Nia
Creativity / Kuumba
Faith / Imani