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I declared 2022 as my Year of Motion and I had you in mind.  There is power in connectedness and The Malone Collaborative for Community Health Strategies, a strategic planning and consultative space for community-based leadership teams, is established to amplify and to unify the voices of the people with the goal of implementing and mobilizing sustainable objectives and activities.

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Meet Re'Dhonda

After over 20 years in the field of public health, 17 years as a public health advisor for several communities and organizations, and a feature on Oprah Winfrey Network’s Emmy Award-winning series – “Black Women OWN the Conversation”, I decided that it was time to mobilize the dormant dream of amplifying the voices within underserved communities.

I am a dreamer and a visionary leader.  I envision myself as a New York Times best-selling author of inspirational books who travels on book tour around the World with the dream besties: Phylicia Rashad, Dr. Thema Bryant, Oprah Winfrey, Michelle Obama, India Arie, Tracy Ellis Ross, Lysa Terkeurst, Brene Brown and Avery Sunshine.  I dream of cruising along the South of France and lounging in the Maldives and frolicking through the fields of tulips in the Netherlands and exploring the paths of Nelson Mandela in South Africa.

Outside of working and dreaming, I am an avid gardener who enjoys baking, art, writing, attending live concerts, spending time with beloved ones, watching Living Single and Golden Girls re-runs, sunset chasing and relaxing.  I have mastered the guilt-free Art of Doing Nothing!

I am not on book tour with my dream besties; nor am I cruising or frolicking.  I am home, in my community -  exploring, visualizing and implementing ways to make things better. It would be an honor to learn more about how The Malone Collaborative can help you to achieve sustainable community health.

Speaking – I’d be happy to join your business or organization to talk all things community.  My areas of specialty are behavioral health promotions, risk and protective factors, community health and sustainability.

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