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Articulate is a book about resilience.
It explores a young Black woman’s journey through poverty, abuse, and racism to pursue higher education.
The author takes the reader on a journey of healing as she uncovers the struggles Black women face but are too afraid to share. Domestic violence, grief, regrets, fornication, and abandonment. She exposes religious imperfections and failures in relationships.
Through her story, she extends courage and compassion as she walks readers through vulnerable topics young Black women face daily.
It is more than a story, it is an experience.
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Articulate is a simultaneous look at racism from the perspective of a first-generation Black graduate. It gives honor to the strength and spirit of Black women.
Articulate explores the realities of Black women’s lives and shared problems. It leads up to embracing the strength of your individuality.
First-generation college students will find this book most beneficial. Articulate reveals my path of blindly navigating through higher education to earn my master’s degree.
Aspiring college students who come from low-income backgrounds often do not graduate college within six years. They are unfamiliar with the “hidden code” that is required to successfully graduate a four-year university.
The college “hidden code” consists of practicing good study skills and understanding higher education bureaucracy. Students from low-income families tend to work over 20 hours a week at a part-time job to finance their education. This makes them too preoccupied to crack the “hidden code.” Having a mentor can make a significant difference in the outcomes of first-generation students who do not have family members to guide them through college life. This book will serve as your college coach.
- Communication Majors
- Business Majors
- Creative Writing Groups
- Women’s Groups
- Black Women Associations
- Women Who Lead
I would prefer readers to be 18 years old or older. I have tried to keep it PG-13 but it is a memoir which uncovers raw and unfiltered parts of my life. Parents are strongly cautioned; some material is inappropriate for children.
That would take an entirely different story! But to sum it up, I moved to Atlanta, Georgia and worked in Corporate America as an Operations Manager for a trillion-dollar digital service company. I later became a first-generation entrepreneur. I am the CEO of Correlations Professional Training & Development; we specialize in teaching professional development and strategic event planning.
“Over 90% of low-income, first-generation students do not graduate within six years.”
Helena reveals the college “hidden code” that prevents students from graduating. In the book, Articulate, she gives insight to help first-generation students successfully graduate a university in four-years.
I am Helena!
You may have stumbled on my website from social media, or maybe you have read one of my blogs or books. Perhaps, you are a former or a current student in one of my classes. Either way, I believe everything happens for a reason. If you want to develop your full potential, you are in the right place. I am happy we have connected here.
CEO, Correlations Professional Training & Development
Helena is an influential voice for event planning and professional development. She is the founder of Correlations Professional Training & Development, a company dedicated to training administrative assistants, marketing leaders, non-profit organizations, and colleges with event planning skills.
Helena has a Master’s Degree in Organization Development, 15 years of experience, and features in Forbes and Hostess with the Mostess which have made her a highly sought-after public speaker, trainer, and facilitator. She has presented for Fortune 500 companies to Ivy League Universities.
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