Sharmin Prince, CPS, Ph.D. (candidate),
Sharmin Prince is an a passionate and dedicated Motivational and Empowerment Coach, Mentor, Speaker and Guide who Founded Sharmin Prince Life Coaching after becoming a Certified Professional Life Coach (CPC) in 2013. Sharmin saw women were burdened, stressed and losing their authentic selves to maintain their status quos, while having difficulties being true to themselves. This assessment occurred over time through discussions, interactions, workshops with women and personal experiences. So, Sharmin decided that it was time for her to do something to make a difference.
In the last four years, Sharmin held workshops and conferences for women on topics such as “Empowerment, Embracing your Authenticity, No More Masks, and Identifying Who You Are Without the External Labels”. Sharmin is known for asking hard questions and discussing topics that are taboo. She provides mentoring and virtual individual/group coaching to women who are survivors of Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) in Trinidad and Grenada. Sharmin is now known in Grenada for her CSA advocacy during her visit in April, 2017 and was invited to speak at an event in October, 2017 in commemoration of CSA awareness month.
Sharmin has an annual “Women’s Empowerment Conference” in September Hilton JFK Hotel. This year it will be on September 16, 2017. Sharmin added talk show host to her resume in 2016 after launching “Talk Time with Sharmin” on VybezeUpRadio HD an internet radio. She recently added a video talk show on GBETV that will be launched weekly in Guyana beginning September 18th.
Sharmin is currently a Ph.D. candidate in General Psychology, with an emphasis in Cognition and Instruction at Grand Canyon University. Sharmin has a Master of Science degree from Nyack College in Organizational Leadership, A Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology from CUNY York College and a Diploma in Social Work from University of Guyana.
Sharmin began her professional career at Volunteers of America (VOA) in 2001 as a case manager and is currently a program director for a Single Room Occupancy (SRO) that houses 175 formerly homeless adults and veterans with special needs. Sharmin is a Case Management, Leadership for Results, SafeTALK and DBSA Peer Specialist trainer. She is also a member of VOA National Veterans Resource Squad that provides training and support for veterans.