Women in Wellness: Who to Watch

Wellness is one of the most popular trend gracing the spotlight. As women make their way to the top in food activism, entrepreneurship and food guru(ism), there is an increasing demand to focus inwardly and look at what we put in our bodies versus what we put on. We here at TRIBE keep our eyes out for the latest shakers and makers in wellness, and here are a few we have our eyes on!

Devita Davison

Devita is a kitchen mogul. Detroit Kitchen Connect is her food baby after her version of normal soon shifted following Hurricane Sandy. She began Detroit Kitchen Connect to help small business owners in the Detroit area create successful food business and ultimately lead to licensing. Her company holds workshops and training to ensure its prospective business owners are well prepared for the road ahead.

Latham Thomas

Latham Thomas sure has a mama glow and is the proud founder of Mama Glow. According to her mantra, Thomas “bridg[es] the gap between optimal wellness, spiritual growth, and radical self-care. Latham Thomas has emerged as the go-to-guru for modern holistic lifestyle for women during pregnancy and beyond!” She’s got an eye for radically improving the lives of pregnant women through thoughtful mindfulness and birthing coaching.

Monique Coleman

Monique can act, sing, dance and manage her non-profit, Sow Much Good all while digging deep into her passion of food activism. Sow Much Good is a non-profit dedicated to raising awareness about the food system, its inequalities, the measures and systems in place to ensure all people have access to clean and healthy food. Her most recent events bring communities together through the medium of food by providing vendors to families in the North Carolina area.

Liya Kebede

The Liya Kebede Foundation was founded in 2005 to support new mothers in Africa. Liya’s mission to create safe pregnancies and births is funded by donations and partnerships. Her organization aims to create a gap between the shortage of skilled healthcare workers and the number of deliveries in Africa each year.

These are only a few that we've been following, and we know there are plenty more! Be sure to share others that you come across with us by tweeting at @youneedtribe. 

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