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Mila Diamond


Mila is a Personal and Business Coach, founder of Women’s Perfect Body, as well as CEO and Master Coach of Diamond Mind Coaching. She teaches from the heart and accepts no less than the best from each client. She works brilliantly with women, helping them to permanently break through limitations and achieve amazing results.


Women’s Perfect Body was created to help you become healthy, happy, and fulfilled, while cre- ating the beautiful body and life you desire and deserve. Visit www.WomensPerfectBody.com for more information.


Gabriella Guglielminotti Trivel


Gabriella is an NLP Master Practitioner, passion- ate about helping women break through limit- ing beliefs, fears and helping them fly in life! She joined an expedition to Antarctica in March 08 to stretch herself to the limit and be even better in helping other women do the same.


She helps women deepen their knowledge about their menstrual cycle, open up to a new aware- ness and be empowered! Visit her website at www.flyinginspiration.co.uk.


Menaye Donkor


Menaye was born in 1981. She was brought up by her parents in Accra, Ghana, and is the young- est of seven siblings with four brothers and two sisters. At the age of seven Menaye inherited the job title of “Royal Stool Bearer” for her paternal grandmother, who is the Queen mother of Agona Asafo. She graduated with honors in marketing from York University in Toronto, Canada.


Tammy Furey


Tammy works on living and working with clarity and in the moment, while being challenged and knocked off her centre by her gorgeous 4 year old daughter. Tammy is known as the Freelancer’s Coach, and works with those who create their own work, outside of the constraints of the 9-5 of- fice. She can be reached at www.fureycoaching.com.


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Sindy Zemura-Woodward


Sindy is Founder and Chairperson of Southern Africa Embrace Foundation located in Toronto, Canada. Sindy is a native of Zimbabwe and a sib- ling to seven brothers and five sisters. After com- pleting her studies in California, she migrated to Canada in 2005 where she has been working full time as an accountant with exposure in different industries from property management, healthcare, manufacturing and financial services. Sindy also passionately devotes time outside her full time employment to the success of her International development not for profit charitable organization founded in the year 2010 to focus on helping mar- ginalized women and children in Southern Africa. Sindy’s inspirations to work with the marginalized and needy are founded in her Christianity back- ground and love to travel around the world, meet- ing people of different ethnicities as well as the lessons taught by her parents from a tender age to think of others less fortunate and always give back. She also volunteers as a prayer counselor at her local church based in Toronto and has pri- or volunteer experience working in shelters and group homes working with children, women and the elderly in the United Kingdom and Canada. She resides in Brampton, Ontario (Canada) with her husband Sheldon.


Aime Hutton


Aime is passionate about inspiring women to be fully who they are and tap into their own power, self confidence, radiance and love themselves! Aime believes that women are on this earth for a purpose, and need to strut their stuff, dance their dance, for women are born to shine!!


Aime is a speaker, author, and sensuality expert. She wants to get women in touch with their bod- ies again and love themselves where they are on their journey in life. You can find out how to tap into your inner radiance by visiting her website of www. awakeninggoddess.com and connecting with Aime at her e-mail of: aime@awakeninggoddess.com


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