Tomaca Govan is founder and Editor of Women Move the Soul. She is a singer, songwriter, recording artist, mother of three. She manages several other on-line publications in addition to owning her own music label and production company. Her topics relate to sisterhood, health, life in general, motherhood and nature. Contact her Editor@WomenMovetheSoul.com. Read more about Tomaca (pronouced To-may-sha) here: Tomaca Govan
Njuta is from Russia and does our video work and some of the graphics. She is a professional illustrator and did the illustration work for a book entitled "Zandi's Magic Words." We are grateful to have her as a member of our team.
Njuta из России и делает нашу работу видео и некоторые графики. Она является профессиональным иллюстратором и делал иллюстрации работы на книгу "Занди волшебные слова». Мы благодарны за нее в качестве члена нашей команды.
Nancy J. Nelson, Ph.D- Dr. Nelson or "Ayo" a is retired Director of Education from Eastern Washington University and has chosen to live in an RV, traveling to wherever her heart takes her and her three little dogs. Her writings speak very vividly about how society "teaches" women to protest one of the most natural processes in life - aging - and she speaks on general women's issues. Dr. Nelson is also one of our facebook warriors and consistently finds and posts interesting and uplifting content on our facebook page. She lives in Washington, USA.
Tina Toler-Keel is a mother and an author. She contributes what she calls “Back Porch Writing“ to Women Move the Soul. If you are a mom and don’t remember what it was like when you were a teenager or if you’ve got difficulties dealing with today’s teens – you will want to hear was Ms. Toler-Keel has to say. She writes about about teens, talking to your teens, dealing with your teens and being the best mother that you can be to your teenager. Read more here: Tina Toler-Keel
Olivia Grace Ward is a mother, a writer, and an abuse survivor. Although her abuse does not include bruises or broken bones, her spirit has been battered. She became of aware of how she had been controlled and abused and made appropriate changes. She also involved child protective services to help her to protect her own children from their step father. She reaches out to others with her story, hoping to stop abuse before it is too late. Her articles will incorporate subtle, quiet abuse, sexual abuse, harassment, date rate, physical abuse, threats, and emotional abuse. Read more here Olivia Grace Ward.
Tammy Denease was born in Columbus, Mississippi where she spent countless hours with her great-grandmother (a former enslaved person) and grandmother who were both known storytellers. Tammy inherited this gift and loves history and being able to tell others about the past. An accomplished Performing Artist/Storyteller, Tammy Denease specializes in bringing to life the lives of very important, yet “obscured” women in history. Tammy also vividly tells folktales where she takes her audience into a world in which animals set the scene for life lessons. Read more here: Tammy Denease