Angela D. Coleman, aka Ibiyinka Oyewola, is a holistic entrepreneur, creator, and author. Named after Angela Davis, Angela’s African name is Ibiyinka. Angela D. Coleman has a lifetime of holistic health and healing experience, based on the traditional practices of her Ancestors and cultures, and has written over twenty books.
Angela specializes in creating safe spaces for women and girls to thrive.
Loving myself, I am infused with the Culture and Spirit ♥.
Knowledge and experience
Angela grew up in Newark, New Jersey and graduated cum laude from Princeton University with an A.B. degree in Psychology and African American Studies. Later, she studied clinical psychology at Howard University, earned her degree in Nonprofit Management from Duke University, and received her MBA from the University of Phoenix.
Angela D. Coleman founded Sisterhood Agenda in 1994 and built the SEA: Sisterhood Empowerment Academy in the Virgin Islands in 2016.
Angela D. Coleman holds certifications in trauma, psychological first aid, suicide prevention, and African holistic health.
Thank you to my teachers and guides who taught me how to take care of and empower myself, attract loving and healthy relationships, embrace who and what I am, and establish clear boundaries while being in service to myself and others. ♥.