The Get Well Podcast
About This Show
Tinesha Matthews and Kelley Carboni-Woods of Revolution EGO are taking on a new adventure with this wellness focused podcast. Every week they interview different people to explore more ways to incorporate wellness into our every day life. Join the duo as they helpl us all "Get Well".
Most Recent Episode
Episode 46: White Supremacy Is Not Our Problem
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Tinesha and Kelley welcome Jasmine Hines of the Inspower Agency for an educational and lively conversation about navigating white supremacy, increasing our educational compass and standing up for a shift.
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Jasmine C. Hines is a mother, organization development professional, interventionist, certified yoga instructor, transformational leader, and principal of The Inspower Agency. The firm is rooted in the belief that change begins within. Its mission is to co-create actionable paradigm shifts, at the intersection of desires and needs, moving organizations from inspiration to empowerment. The firm specializes in organizational strategy, program design, team building, leadership development and coaching. Grounded in diversity, inclusion, and equity, and social change, the firm’s work is known for being creative, innovative, and effective. Clients include: Levine Museum of the New South, Community Building Initiative, and Yoga One Wellness.
Jasmine uses her experience, education, and gifts for being a catalyst for change in her community. With 10+ years of experience working in Charlotte’s construction industry, Jasmine’s uses a collaborative approach to build bridges of trust among diverse groups, optimizing effectiveness and communication. Through her leadership, Jasmine has consistently delivered cutting edge programming with a transformational effect. Recently, she initiated a movement mobilizing community members to become active participants in their own self-care. In 2016, Jasmine became the first president of the Charlotte Chapter of the SisterCARE Alliances and partner in The Self Care Agency. She wrote a proclamation to the City of Charlotte declaring December 4th, Self Care Day. Bringing the Self Care Day campaign and self-care movement to Charlotte, catalyzes a shift in the current power structure. The proclamation serves as a reminder for our government and citizens to recognize and acknowledge the humanity of its citizens as the primary source of power. It also serves as a reminder for citizens to take back their power by re-learning practical strategies they can implement to address their critical needs. By embodying a mindset of self-care, we can catalyze change within ourselves, our families, our communities and beyond.
Jasmine earned her B.A. from U.C.L.A. and her Master of Science in Organization Development from the McColl School of Busine