Calling all Women from Around The World to join us.



Saturday June 6,2020

Time 10 am-11 am

Our Global Women: Dr. Diane Thompson

We will be randomly choosing 3 women or businesses to showcase that day.

Dress Pretty. Bring a friend. Bring something to drink,we will be toasting at the end.

Email me for the Zoom meeting ID at

When you reserve your spot we need your name, profession, or business and your country of origin.

We will be streaming Live on Facebook.


Lorna Owens is CEO of Desert Sage,a Lifestyle Company that produces Soy Candles, Fine Teas and Natural Body Lotion and Body WashLorna is also the Founder of Footprints Foundation working with governments to reduce maternal and infant mortality in the D.R. Congo, Jamaica,Ethiopa, Somaliland and USA.  Lorna is a  former Midwife, Registered Nurse, Attorney and also Legal Commentator, Nancy Grace CNN HLN and Tru TV In Session, Adjunct Professor, Gender Expert, International Speaker, Executive/ Life Coach and Author who has traveled to over 20 countries  teaching  and coaching Women's Groups and Organizations. Lorna has a Certificate in the Science of Well Being, Yale University She has appeared on NBC, TBN, and TV in Jamaica, Cayman Island, Bermuda and Curacao. The Miami Herald called her a Pioneer and the Mother of Reinvention; Advance for Nurses says she wows her Audiences. She is also the author of My Journey with Food in Time of Coronavirus, Daily Sustenance and Everyday Grace Everyday Miracle living the life you were born to live.

Dr. Diane. Thompson

As one of the nation’s few physicians to be triple-board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Brain Injury Medicine, and Lifestyle Medicine, I am in a unique position to provide consultation, training, and coaching for people with neurological disabilities to help them adapt, adjust, and attain a new normal and a new lease on life. I also use my experience and expertise in Rehabilitation Medicine, leadership, and Lifestyle Medicine to provide training and consultation for Rehabilitation Centers and Assistive Living Facilities seeking to increase their value and bottom line and help to devise action plans to keep their residents safe and healthy. I’m an award-winning speaker and a bestselling author and I am passionate about helping people achieve their greatest level of physical recovery, optimal health, and wellness.


Amina Gautier PhD is a graduate of Stanford University, and the University of Pennsylvania. At Stanford, Gautier “co-termed” in English Literature i.e. simultaneously earned co-terminal bachelor and master’s degrees within four years’ time. At Penn, Gautier earned a master’s degree and a Ph.D. in English Literature. She held a Mellon Minority Undergraduate Fellow (now Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellow) at Stanford University, a Fontaine Fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania, a Mitchem Dissertation Fellowship at Marquette University, and a Postdoctoral Fellowship at Washington University in St. Louis. Her scholarship has been supported with fellowships from the Northeast Modern Language Association (NeMLA), the Social Science Research Council, and the Woodrow Wilson Foundation. A scholar of 19th Century American literature, Gautier’s critical work focuses on such nineteenth century American authors as Charles W. Chesnutt, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Elleanor Eldridge, Benjamin Franklin, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Harriet Beecher Stowe and Walt Whitman. Her critical essays and reviews have appeared in African American Review, Belles Lettres, Daedalus, Journal of American History, Libraries and Culture, Nineteenth Century Contexts, and Whitman Noir.

Richard Vanderburg, Trumpeter to perform.

Roxana Amed, International Recording Artist to perform.