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Top qualities: Personable, High Integrity, Creative. “I admire the determination and skill that Imani brings to whatever she endeavors to do. She is a professional always and her gifts are being used in the service of several communities. I have had the honor of witnessing her work in many venues over the years and I am never disappointed or worried. She is trustworthy and generous in her work and she has been a joy to collaborate." Duncan E. Teague

"Moving. Powerful. Thought Provoking. Riveting. Imani Evans your presentation of “Self-Care for Dynamic Women” at our 2012 100 Black Men Conference, “A Woman Like Me” event was spectacular. Thank you for a beautifully engaging and interactive discussion that had us at “Good Morning,” and is sure to leave an impression for many years to come."

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Engaging. empowering. inspirational.

"Booking Imani for an event is a guarantee to get more bang for your buck. She is funny, articulate and mesmerizing!" 
D. Calvert, Event Planner

Imani is a dynamic speaker, who captivates her audience with passion, humor and an unique ability to personalize her message to fit anyone listening to her words. She is affectionately known as the
Barrier Breaker & Change Maker!

Imani holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, a Masters degree in Counseling Psychology and is currently pursuing a doctorate in Counseling Education & Supervision. She has been a non-profit leader and social change agent for more than 26 years, working with several non-profit agencies throughout Atlanta, New Jersey and New York. Evans received Special Congressional Recognition as director of a national breast and cervical cancer awareness program (1996). She has facilitated workshops & training across the country for such organizations as: 100 Black Men 2012 Conference, Infinity Diamond Conference, Emory University, Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Newark Day Center, Miss Teen Plus Scholarship, YWCA, TEDCO Lincoln House, Blue Cross & Blue Shield, National Black Women’s Health Project, MELD Program for Girls, and Dance to a Different Drum. Presently Imani serves on the board of directors for PeopleTV, Atlanta's only non-profit public-access television cable TV channel and the Executive Director for the Little 5 Points Center for Arts & Community.