CCC is the go-to place for women of color to connect, commune, and embark on their paths to self love and care.
We create beautiful and honest experiences for our ladies because they deserve to experience it.
The CCC experience focuses on promoting self-love, personal development, meditation, and physical wellness, with the ultimate goal of providing individuals with the tools and resources to be able to live a more elevated life.
We are confident that we can contribute to fostering healthy women, who make up the strong foundation of our communities.
In addition to our workshops, Curvy, Curly, Conscious coordinates specific community drives to collect resources for women and families in underprivileged communities. We work closely with agencies and staff who work in these communities to identify the significant needs and concentrate our efforts on gathering as many products and resources as possible.
Meet the Founder: Shelah Marie
Instagram: @theshelahmarie, 216K
Periscope: @shelahmarie, 1 Million hearts
Youtube: 8.8K subscribers; Over 770,000 views
Shelah Marie engages a strong online community through her open, dynamic and electric personality andher #curvyncurly movement. She devotes Sunday nights to a live Periscope “Soul Study” broadcast, where she interactively engages and guides her fan base through an array of self-love and meditation techniques. As the popularity of these sessions have expanded, she has been recognized by AT&T for reaching over 200K hearts on Periscope. Independently, Shelah has been contracted to lead her signature The Sustainable Theater Workshop by The United Nations, The United States Embassy in Dakar, Senegal, The RuJohn Foundation, and The African Burial Ground National Moment. She has let STW in Senegal, Jamaica, Haiti and at The United Nations Headquarters in NYC.
HosT: Aisha Thalia
Instagram: @aishathalia, 567K
“Each one teach one,” is the phrase Aisha Thalia lives by. Completing her master’s degree in education from the University of Pittsburgh by age 22, Aisha knew she would use it as an avenue to make a difference in people’s lives.Working with inner city youth since she was a teenager, Aisha made it her goal to educate students on how they can make a compassionate difference in society. Her passions include nutrition, vegan awareness, and natural hair care. She uses her platform as an actress and activist to educate society about community and global issues.