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"I am so glad that you are here!" 

Hello, I am Dr. Debi (a nickname given to me by my clients) and one of the facets of what I do, in addition to equity consulting/training and dynamic powerful speaking for change, is to support predominantly professional Black, Brown, Indigenous Women, experiencing racialized trauma and minoritization who I call, historically resilent, to coach them to individually and collectively  use their strengths at the intersections to stretch how they learn and apply what they discover towards becoming the best version of themselves and release what they are to gift on this earth! 

On the other side of that I work with those who desire to become restorative justice warriors, allies, accomplices, and or abolitionists in the lives of women who experience racialized trauma and minoritization.

One of my favorite quotes says, “For me, becoming isn’t about arriving somewhere or achieving a certain aim. I see it instead as forward motion, a means of evolving, a way to reach continuously toward a better self. The journey doesn’t end.” ~Michelle Obama

           So, let’s talk more about you and how your journey can begin!  Why?

You are probably reading all of this because you are aware that you have more insight to explore and  you have a need be ignited to go beyond your current level of inspiration. You want to learn tools and skill sets for how to effectively heal, navigate, lead, explore, affirm, and develop the intersections of your life beyond the ability to simply dream and to include the ability  to believe and create sustainable desired change.

I know that you have chosen to do  what others have said you should do, what you felt obligated to do, or what you assumed you desired to do all in addition to addressing your day-to-day lived experiences including those experiences producing racial and gender trauma as Black, Brown and Indigenous Women. You may be a Woman identifying as someone who recognizes that based on your relationships and interactions with Black, Brown and Indigenous Women you need to learn more about how to grow in establishing authentic relationships without causing racialized or minoritized harm towards them.

All of this can be a lot to take on without support, tools, or guidance! This is where I can come in to support that need! I do know that if you want the opportunity  to declutter what is currently ineffective in your life and in your relationships with others, then this can leave your mind, soul, and spirit in a space to believe in your dreams for change and intentionally create your desired outcome into an actualized reality!

Does this sound like you? Learn how I can support you on your journey towards becoming the best version of yourself that you can be! I invite you to go to the services page and schedule a discovery appointment with me to see if, together, we are a fit to get you lit!

 See my formal bio below:  


 Debra (Debi) Jenkins, PhD is an award-winning life coach, author, presenter, facilitator, and educator with expertise in social, developmental, liberation, and transformational psychology within the context of equity, diversity, inclusion, justice and change. Dr. Debi began her work as an unsolicited response to requests for her expertise. The expanding demand left her no other choice than to professionalize and, eventually, create an LLC. Her groundbreaking work insights, ignites, and inspires people towards their next best selves! Clientele on local, national, and international levels refer to Dr. Debi’s whole life approach as enlightening, refreshing and innovative! Dr. Debi powerfully and meaningfully engages with individuals and groups towards growth, development, and change on personal, professional, and organizational levels. In addition to Dr. Debi being the founder and CEO of Share the Flame LLC, she has experience in leadership and education with degrees in Education and Administration (AAS: Early Childhood Education & PhD: Higher Education Administration), Human Development (BA: Developmental Education & MA: Bicultural Development) and an MS in Psychology.


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Christina Jenkins is a Creative with a BA in Liberal Arts Studies focusing on Business, Art Illustration and Psychology with  a Minor in Dance and a Masters in Fine Arts degree in Fashion Merchandising. She is now utilizing her design experience as a Graphic and UX/UI Designer with Fashion. Christina is continuing her education within the media design industry with plans to pursue a doctorate. Christina resides in New York working as a freelance designer under her company Christina J Brand, LLC. Christina was also the illustrator for the Children's book, "I Love My Kind of Brown".

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Born in Portland, OR and raised just 5 minutes across the Columbia River in Vancouver, WA, Christian continued north for college at the University of Washington (UW) in Seattle. Although he had trekked his way through Pre-Med/Microbiology studies, his plan of pursuing medical school was short lived. After watching his first graduate acting performance his Senior year in college, he knew that's where he was meant to be. Eventually, Christian graduated from the UW MFA Acting program in 2014 and currently resides in Los Angeles, California. His most recent work consists of playing Othello at Montana Shakespeare Company, Da'Ran in Leah Nanako Winkler's 'Kentucky' at East West Players, and FBI Agent Keene on FOX's Bones. While in Los Angeles, Christian earned his M.B.A. from Purdue University Global. He teaches BFA Entrepreneurship at the AMDA College and Conservatory and is the Los Angeles Site Director for the college's High School Summer Conservatory, where 500+ performing artist travel from all over the world to L.A./N.Y.C. for a two-week intensive on the college campus. He is excited to be fusing his many passions full-time - combining his love of art, business, and education together.‚Äč