Black History Month Presents, “Power Of Your Voice” W/ Author & Speaker Modi G

Feb 9, 2021 , 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Seawolf Living
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Modi G’s keynote discussion will explore her book, “Some Women Prefer Hell” and will focus on self-esteem, healthy relationships, and eliminating the stigma of seeking help for mental health challenges. Modi will offer adaptive strategies for students to apply in all learning environments. Participants in this interactive workshop will discuss personal, familial, and historical perspectives on therapy. Discussion will explore real & imagined concepts about mental health; when and why to seek help; suitable resources; and approaching therapy as an investment in self.

Modi is an Author, blogger, and writer for men and women of all ages. She blogs about controversial topics based on love, life and relationships. A graduate of Fisk University, degreed in English, Modi fell in love with literature.Her passion for writing keeps her depression and anxiety at bay.

Following in the footsteps of her celebrity mom, Tamera Fair, an actress, on-air personality and founder of Chicago’s distinguished Premier Child Care Centers. Carrying on her mother’s legacy, she has held reigns as the CEO of the Premier Child Care Centers since the age of 23. As the author of the release, "Some Women Prefer Hell," Modi, now 26, is carving out her own path and claiming her own personal legend.


A portrait of Modi G in a black lace dress in front of a grey background
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