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Featured in Forbes, HuffPost, WGN, and VoyageATL, Rahkal is known for her uncanny ability to empower, connect and inspire. Her speaking style reaches audiences on a personal and heartfelt level. With a background in reporting and broadcasting, she is no stranger to delivering engaging and thought-provoking messages uniquely crafted for the audience's needs.  

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I am a workplace peace advocate, certified professional coach, career strategist, college and career readiness expert, and the author of College Bound: A Black Girl's Guide: Everything You Need to Know Before Starting College, Woosah: A Survival Guide for Women of Color Working In Corporate, Dreams Bigger Than Texas: A Story of Faith, Purpose, Perseverance, and Growth Into Womanhood, and Woosah Workplace Peace: 7 Keys to Obtaining a More Fulfilling Work Experience. 

If you're looking for an engaging speaker on topics serving your workplace's well-being, career strategies, college readiness, or personal growth, I'd love to connect! My talks and workshops are inspiring, relevant, and positively impacting lives in and out of the workplace. Featured in Forbes, HuffPost, and multiple media outlets, my work resonates with college-ready students and C-suite executives.

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Rahkal's coaching style was perfect and tailors to the person whom she's working with. She was relatable, engaged, and knowledgeable, and it was evident that she cared. The homework assignments are what challenged me. It made me put the words to action to actually start seeing a change. It definitely motivated me for my future successes.


I enjoyed how the training was able to be used in my work and personal life. I also liked that the gained knowledge will increase my understanding of myself, as well as the team I work with. I am now aware of my work style, which will be shared with my supervisor. This information will make my transition into this new role easier.


Rahkal's clear thinking, creativity, insights into how to craft a message for maximum impact, and her ability to connect with others authentically really stand out.



Enthusiasm, engagement, transparency, and authenticity are crucial to delivering messages. My passion for serving is the foundation of my sessions. I work with individuals and organizations to cultivate talent and empower teams to identify and own personal skills for professional success.

  • HYOUman In The Workplace: Leveraging Personal Skills for Professional Success

  • Career Development & Job Satisfaction

  • Grace In The Workplace: Creating Harmonious Work Environments 

  • The Transilient You: Mastering Resilience During Times of Transition

  • College & Career Readiness

  • Living Significantly & Operating in Excellence

  • Identity Christ's: Faith, Purpose & Womanhood

  • Workplace Peace: Keys To Obtaining A More Fulfilling Work Experience

*Virtual options and other topics available upon request*



  • Amazon (Black Employee Network)

  • Warner Media (Black Professionals Network)

  • Emory University (School of Nursing)

  • Texas Southern University

  • Food Processing Suppliers Association

  • The University of West Georgia

  • SThree

  • Atlanta Public Schools

  • Clark Atlanta University

  • Chicago Public Schools

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Sometimes, numbers do lie! Statistics say children raised in domestically violent homes and/or homes filled with substance abuse and poverty are less likely to succeed and more likely to become products of their environment. These are my statistics, but this isn't my story. I firmly believe in dreaming bigger, living purposefully, owning your narrative, and that your past doesn't have to dictate your future.


Born to a 19-year-old heroin and cocaine addict on the rough South Side of Chicago, raised in poverty, drugs, domestic violence, and fatherless, resilience and overcoming adversities is my middle name. Humble beginnings drive my desire to advocate for women of color and marginalized individuals. 


As a first-gen college grad and champion for emotional wellness, I am passionate about helping individuals thrive personally and professionally. 


I work with organizations and individuals to develop talent and break free of self-imposed restrictions while cultivating harmony and strategy to live more significantly. My mission is to serve, inspire, and help individuals confidently identify, own, and live out their God-given purpose. With over a decade of professional experience, I've worked in many capacities, including broadcast media, project management, and education. My creativity, knack for organizing, keen attention to detail, and passion for speaking have garnered opportunities to work for conglomerates, including CNN, Warner Media (formerly Turner Broadcasting System Inc.), iHeartMedia, and Fox Chicago News. 


I am a proud HBCU alum with a Master's in Media Communications and Training from Governors State University and a Bachelor's in Radio/TV/Film from Texas Southern University.


I love to blog about my faith in Jesus Christ, being a newlywed, and professional development strategies.  

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