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De has over 20 years experience as a public speaker.

If you have an upcoming event (in person or virtual), send her a contact form to get started!

De can share her story, what she’s learned about overcoming childhood trauma, releasing past negative, creating a positive life through spirituality, and much more! She’s an experienced trainer and can teach classes and practices to a wide-range of students.

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Short Bio

De is best known for her unique ability to blend spirit, humor and simplicity into her writing, coaching and classes.

She spent her school years in racially divided areas and summers working on a farm. As an adult she experienced the culture, language and traditions of 15 countries. Embracing her wildly diverse life and work experiences enables her to truly “get” where people are coming from. They also provide the depth to her understanding and releasing of childhood trauma she describes in her first book Born a Poor, Black, Indian, White Girl.

De describes herself as an intuitive woman with a Native American center who has “black moments”. Her writing is a mix of perspectives, experiences, knowledge, humor and sarcasm.

She is an author, speaker, and teacher of living a spirited life.

Long Bio

De has the unique ability to blend spirit, humor, simplicity and realism into her books, coaching and classes. Embracing her wildly diverse life experiences enables her to truly “get” where people are coming from.

She grew up in poor, racially divided areas in Arkansas. As an adult De experienced fifteen countries and eight U.S. states. Those experiences reflect in her writing, humor and interaction with others.

De had spiritual experiences as a child, but they were silenced through parental non-belief, the education system and peer pressure. Her abilities eventually came knocking again and she embraced them, learning and practicing her gifts so she could heal her past and share them with others.

Her work experience and diverse life experience provided the depth of understanding she needed to release the childhood traumas she describes in her first book Born a Poor, Black, Indian, White Girl: Overcoming Childhood Trauma and Living a Spiritual Life.

She describes herself as a white woman with an Indian “center” who has “black moments” (like those described in her first book). Her writing is a mix of perspectives, experiences, knowledge, humor and sarcasm. At times these vastly different sides of her experience will make an appearance, much to the delight (or confusion) of others.

De enjoys music, dancing, comedy, reading, singing, teaching and writing. Finding humor in everyday life comes easy for her. Friends have often told her she should be a stand-up comedian.

De has twenty years of writing, public speaking, teaching and coaching experience. She is an author, speaker, teacher and coach of living a spirited life.