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Wed, Jan 19


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The Power of Intention: Setting Your Intention for 2022

Every journey begins with the first step. Join us to discuss the power and importance of intentionality.

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The Power of Intention:  Setting Your Intention for 2022
The Power of Intention:  Setting Your Intention for 2022

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Jan 19, 2022, 7:00 PM – 8:45 PM EST

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About the Event

Every journey begins with the first step.  Your intention for beginning anything will lead to actions that create a direction for accomplishment and successful outcomes.  Join us as the Sisters with Intention, Sophia Casey, Charlene Muhammad, and Iqrama Muhammad,  discuss the power and importance of intentionality and accountability.

Sophia Casey is the Founder and Chief Learning Officer of the International Coaching & Leadership Institute (ICLI). As a credentialed executive life coach, authorpreneur and corporate trainer for several organizations. Sophia Casey is applauded as a thought leader in the coaching industry having mentored, trained, and coached thousands of executive, leadership, career, and life coaches. As a Professional Certified Coach (PCC), Sophia is an advocate for coaches to have strong coaching skills and businesses that work.

Sophia’s love for leadership and executive coaching, led to her being named a Top Transformational Coach by USA Today. She is an international speaker and has been featured at many conferences and events, such as the Women’s Economic Forum, which hosted over 1,500 women from 110 countries to prioritize women’s leadership.

Sophia is a two-time bestselling author committed to women’s global empowerment as evidenced by her novel, Fierce Vulnerability: A Colored Girl’s Truths, Trials, and Triumphs. She is the author of the bestseller the Ease & Flow Journal: A 31-Day Journal to Get Clear, Connected, and Courageous About Life, and her e-book K.I.M. – Keep It Movin’: 10 Steps to Let Go and Fly. She recently authored three more books to support leaders and coaches with goal attainment.


Charlene Muhammad is a traditional healing practitioner, who focuses on supporting clients with a practical application to optimal health by using the healing tools that she has grown to embrace in her own personal life: herbal medicine, nutrition, and yoga.

Charlene is also an early childhood educator and childbirth Doula. A graduate of Cornell University, Charlene holds a Master’s of Science Degree in Herbal Medicine from the Maryland University of Integrative Health and is a Licensed Dietitian. Charlene is also a certified yoga therapist through the International Association of Yoga Therapists (IYAT) and serves as Secretary to the Black Yoga Teachers’ Alliance Board of Directors.

Charlene has practiced yoga for over 30 years and is a E-RYT 500 yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance since 2007. Ms. Muhammad serves as a 200-hour yoga teacher training lead trainer for Love Yoga, a Black-owned studio in Hyattsville, Maryland. She also facilitates YTT200 and YTT300 core requirement workshops for various Yoga Teacher Training schools around the country.

Charlene served as the yoga interventionist for the National Institutes of Health’s National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Disease (NIAMS): clinical study Yoga as self-care for arthritis in minority communities (NCT01617421). The Clinical Study assessed the feasibility and acceptability of providing yoga to an urban, minority population with arthritis.


Iqrama Muhammad is the owner of PEACES, a local clothing, accessory, and home goods company, whose goal is to create sustainable markets and systems for handcrafted and recycled goods. In 2018, she founded and is the current Executive Director of The PEACES Collective, the goal of these companies is to contribute to human development through experiential learning, economics, and education.

Iqrama discovered that sewing was her “superpower” many years ago, when she was volunteering for a thrift store. She noticed the number of clothing items being discarded due to minor stains or defects. Bags of cloth headed to the landfills. She thought, what a waste! There had to be a better use for this fabric. That’s when the idea of PEACES was born, to make something useful from what some would call “nothing”. She began to reacquaint herself with a gift first taught to her by her grandmother…sewing. Then she traded in corporate offices and business meetings for sewing rooms and craft markets. In 2018, she founded and is the current director of The PEACES Collective, the goal of these companies is to contribute to human development through experiential learning, economics, and education. Today PEACES is a local small business dedicated to stylish eco-friendly design.

Iqrama believes that one of our greatest powers is the ability to create and it's not just in some of us, it's in each and every one of us. She nurtures her ability through the transformation of new and recycled fabrics into an array of beautiful bags, accessories, and décor. PEACES' signature product, the fashion tote, is sturdy enough to take to the market yet stylish enough for any occasion. They come in several colors and unique fabrications. She also makes pouches, backpacks, yoga mat carriers, wraps, masks, and more. Her mission is to help resurrect and preserve time-honored maker traditions, as well as the consciousness of our ancestors.

Love is a creative force. Iqrama pours that love into selecting fabrics and constructing beautiful PEACES especially for you!

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