Born To Shine VIP Day
Born To Shine VIP Day Participants:
Jeanette is The Spiritual Business Healer®, Business Trauma Specialist ®, leadership mentor, speaker, and educator. Holding a light on the dark parts of their business, she helps entrepreneurs create the most badass, re-inspired business. Jeanette alchemizes her 8 plus figure elite level visionaries inspiration, magic, and spark back into their businesses by teaching their subcontractors and teams how to think and make decisions based on the values of the brand once again thus allowing 6 figure weeks to roll in with ease. Jeanette's business assessments are where she identifies business traumas, outdated business beliefs and realigns their systems in order to magnetize their goals. Using The Business Trauma® system and the Billion Dollar Energy Method®. She helps epic entrepreneurs become radically responsible for their personal energy and their business energetics creating the impact they are destined to fulfill on an energetic and spiritual level.Website: www.JeanetteCarbajal.com
I'm a passionate about finding solutions to infectious diseases using my platform as a scientist. I use my time, skills and resources in the lab to discover why HIV is able to evade treatment and our immune systems.
Phakiso “Kiki” Collins is a TV/Film Executive Producer/Director, Dancer and currently Vice President, Original Series at Paramount Global; overseeing the Love & Hip Hop franchise, Vh1’s Family Reunion, Vh1’s Couple’s retreat; and executive producing on Black Ink Crew franchise and projects for Comedy Central and Smithsonian Channel documentary. She's provided creative vision, leadership, and support to some of the country’s top production companies and television shows in the span of her 19 year career in media production. Phakiso has centered much of her work in unscripted television on expanding narratives , advocating for storytelling that humanize/entertains/impacts, along with aesthetically tantalizing. As an independent artist and trained dancer, she's created and curated several dance-video films and live performances allowing her to share work at American Dance Festival, Connecticut College, Howard University along with traveling to Senegal and Ghana. Phakiso is founder of Breakin' Out!, now co-produced with her sister, Shani Collins (of SNIC Eternalworksdance), which is a movement/ healing initiative that is workshop and performance based. What started as boisterous, crying, “Oh no they didn’t!” living room “parties” for women of color to come together and break silence around their sexuality has become a series of multi-media productions and performances aiming to liberate, heal, and empower women and young girls in their bodies. They are currently in progress of a new mixed media experiential performance, “Conjuring Home”, recently performed at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in Boston MA, that weaves their own coming of age story of womanhood, southern family’s legacy, and Black futures. With any collaboration and through her own recently formed media production and wellness company, Fluid Underbelly, of which she is the CEO, Phakiso’s vision is to use media and movement to create liberation and empower people to live life juicy and outrageously in their fullest expression!
Dr. Salima Bhimani enables the Other Bets, Alphabets Moonshot companies to achieve equity, inclusion and diversity (EID) as integral to their organization, people and business. She works with key stakeholders, including CEOs and their executive teams to focus on high impact areas of change that will not only achieve real EID outcomes for their internal organizations, but also shape the design and effect of their technologies on the world. She came to Alphabet in 2017 with multi-sector experience as an equity practitioner and innovator of over 25 years engineering how we (re) build a world for everyone. She’s led local and federal government organizations, public and private education systems, and private and international sectors on re-designing structural barriers to structural opportunities for historically excluded groups, while adding value for those at the center. Her “secret” sauce as an EID expert comes from merging her praxis as an organizational systemic change designer, advocate, strategist, researcher, educator, coach and practitioner. Before her role at Alphabet she was the CEO and Founder of Relational, a global consulting firm assisting organizations on the path to addressing the needs of those on the margins and to re-center them as essential leaders in shaping equitable futures. As a social scientist, Salima is an expert in participatory research, inclusive community practices and systems mapping & design. Her doctoral work focused on how to transform racial and gender exclusion at the level of individuals, communities and institutions. She also has a Masters in Environmental Studies and a Bachelor of Education and Honors Bachelors in Anthropology and Women and Gender Studies.
Global Sustainability Executive with 20 years’ experience influencing across supply chains to shape brands using an environmental lens that aligns to core business. Diverse skills in mitigating regulatory risk, collaborating with ESG stakeholders, and leading design of innovation strategies around sustainable sourcing, Social Sustainability and Science Based Targets for emissions reduction. Partner with cross-functional teams in 28 countries while living in the US, Canada, UK, Germany, and India. Collaborate with industry peers and multi-stakeholder initiatives to drive transformative systems change on forest protection, human rights and supply chain transparency.