Founder of The WEnetwork and The Women’s Empowerment Expo, she is a woman with a gift for bringing events to life and empowering women to have purpose-driven mental health and holistic support. Her non-profit provides tutoring services for youth, free counseling and therapy for victims of domestic abuse; her events fund her non-profit. She also began the Ventura County Networking group and the Creative Media Studio which creates connections between businesses and non-profits and gives opportunities to entrepreneurs. @christinamariebrophy

Passion Project: “I am a multi-passionate entrepreneur. I have overcome multiple adversities. I have a passion for helping women find their voice, because what I went through a past abusive relationship. I try to support them in finding their realization: They have everything that they need. I once thought I didn’t have a voice. I also have a passion for helping youth and others with ADD or ADHD. After being diagnosed with ADHD, I learned how to manage it, it is the reason that I am creative and successful at doing so many things. I understand first-hand the perspectives in the mental health field, I find ways to help with the misunderstanding and getting help for the kids that need it.”

Importance of Self-Care: “I have learned that I love taking care of people, but when I am not taking care of myself, I can’t give back. Part of my self-care is stepping away from my laptop; I read my bible; I go for walks; I disconnect from social media. I struggle with that because I am a workaholic.”

Favorite Beauty Secret: “I make a coffee scrub for my face. I mix coconut oil and ground coffee. I mix it and makes my face feel so great. You can do so much with it.”

What women should know about mental health: “Women should know that sometimes vulnerability is a strength and not a weakness. Opening the door to certain conversations is what brings healing.”  

COLOR IS BEAUTIFUL

ABOUT THE L.A. STYLE MAGAZINE “COLOR IS BEAUTIFUL” ISSUE

It is with love and optimism that we share this issue in such a time as this. L.A. STYLE announces our unwavering solidarity for the equality revolution; we join hands and hearts with our sisters and brothers who are oppressed by systemic racism and other injustices occurring due to the color of our skin. As Robert Frost once wrote, “The only way out is through.”
 
This “Color is Beautiful” issue,  features over 100 public statements from a collection of movie stars, music legends, political figures, sports stars and more who have spoken out for justice. 
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