Meet the Conference Founder, Miss Be
Bianca Gambrah aka Miss Be is a life coach, crisis counselor, speaker, and owner of Miss Be Life Coaching LLC. On a regular day, you can find Miss Be coaching and counseling individuals to live a purpose-driven life and empowering them to confidently embrace their inner uniqueness and strength. As Co-Founder and Vice President of the H.E.R Heart Foundation, Bianca oversees curriculum and workshop development and scholarship dispersion. Prior to the birth of H. E.R Heart and Miss Be Life Coaching LLC, Bianca owned her skills and gifts in the field of social services, vocational counseling, non-profit leadership. Miss Beholds a B.S. in Criminology with a minor in Social work and an M.A in Counseling. Additionally, she possesses qualifications in counseling, mediation, vocational, and Leadership, and is also a Certified Life Coach.
Meet the Conference Co-Host, Bernie Kerr
A Licensed Social Worker by profession, Bernie specializes in Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention and currently works at a University Counseling Center. She is also the founder of Kisima, LLC a movement that empowers, encourages, and ignites people in God's word through integrating faith and mental health practices in daily living. She does this through training, workshops, and wellness events, along with psychoeducational videos online. Kisima's vision is to build and maintain a community of sisters learning and growing deeper in their understanding of their identity, purpose, and mission while on earth.
No one has to do life alone!
Now more than ever we get to examine and take action around the matters of physical, emotional, mental, social, financial, and spiritual health. We get to bring awareness, connect, and equip people with resources on how to integrate holistic health practices into their lives.
We aim to educate the community about identifying symptoms and resources and inspire a change in the conversation around getting the support needed.
See what prior conference attendees had to say:
2023 Virtual Conference Speakers
W I L L B E A N N O U N C E D S O O N
I must say I truly enjoyed the 2019 A Whole You Conference. It was my first time at a conference that talked about mental health in relation to families, friends and work place. It was also interesting because religion and spirituality was also discussed. I gleaned an understanding of what mental health really was and how we as Africans, African Americans think and react when mental health is brought up. I learned that mental health is not restricted to seeing a therapist but also about taking control of the conversations that you allow to seep into you; Also the relationships that you choose to entertain also have an impact on one's mental well-being. I learned that it is okay to breakdown, it okay to let God have control and that it okay to talk to a trusted friend or a therapist if one needs to and not be judged. I loved the vendors that were present as well. I also learned quiet about about finances concerning our children and when to start having the finace conversations and teachings. It was all around a wonderful conference and would love to attend the next conference.
Thank you so much.
— Alexandria Sackey Bazemore