Black Girl Vibranium is a sisterhood of Pan-African entrepreneurs, activists, mothers, professionals, leaders, wives change agents, and influencers who have come together to encourage self-coaching and success. Success rarely happens in isolation. By encouraging one another through support and sharing of our knowledge, resources, and talents, we equip one another with the tools to achieve success. We promote growth in all key aspects of life (professional/work, relationship, financial, spiritual, health/wellness).
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Tonya R. Strozier, is an educator, author, entrepreneur, artist, consultant, and change agent. She lives in Tucson, Arizona and is the proud of mother of six beautiful children. Although born in Little Rock, Arkansas she was raised in the Southwest. Above all she is a woman of God committed to using her gifts and talents to fulfill the call on her life.
She earned a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Arizona, a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Northern Arizona University, and is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Phoenix. Her educational career includes developing, launching, and operating charter schools in Southern Arizona.
As a change agent, Tonya is driven to shift ineffective learning environments to one that places students as the highest priority with proven results.