Dr. Marame, PhD., CPC

Dr. Marame, PhD., CPC
Company Name:
Farafina Women
607 760 9049
Greenville, North Carolina (Zoom, Skype, WhatsApp)
Coaching Bio:

Wouldn't it be great to work with a coach who understands the cultural nuances related to your background and experience? I am the cheerleader for women of African descent, especially those living in displacement through immigration. I am originally from Senegal and have been living and working in the United States for more than 20 years. I know and understand the challenges of trying to create and sustain a dignified life in a country and culture that is very different from one’s own. I am a tenured professor of African Literature and Cultures, a single mother of three (one of which has a congenital heart disorder), a lover of people, a dancer, and an optimist. I am a community activist and a champion of women’s empowerment and rights. I do not believe in the idea of a super woman, but I know women can be extraordinary if they are in touch with their innate powers and learn to channel them effectively. I will help you get clarity, focus, and learn to listen to your intuition—that inner guidance system we all possess but which is so powerful in women. Work with me and I will be your champion and cheerleader as you bring about and apply your woman powers to every aspect of your life.

My desire to become a coach was born out a strong passion for helping women find solutions to daily challenges. I am the founder of a collective of 3000 women from Senegal living in the United States. Through this group, I have had intimate firsthand outlook to what keeps African women immigrants awake, such as a need to thrive in America while remaining true to African cultural background. I spend hours every week talking to women about relationships, self-esteem, motherhood, career, and more. CTW’s whole person model fits my goal to empower women because it aligns with the intersectional lives of women of African descent. Work with a coach who is invested in bettering the lives of women and gives back to the community. 20% of proceeds go to fund a women’s shelter in Senegal.

Send Message to listing owner

error: Alert: Content is protected !!