WORK WITH US

        We professionally curate and facilitate on-campus workshops and events for colleges and universities. We tailor our agendas for each campus’ specific needs as it relates to their students’ mental health concerns.

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT how we can work together , PLEASE CONTACT US BELOW:

 
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We had a really great time with Mind the GAHP. I enjoyed having the discussion with the group and seeing them discover their strengths. This is a very special program that is much needed during times today in our society, especially at HBCUs. Thank you Shaza for coming to our campus! We look forward to many more events to come.
— Tierra Parsons (MSW, LCSW) (Johnson C. Smith University Pop-Up Speaker)
I’ve partnered and worked with Mind the GAHP on several different occasions. From helping teen girls gain knowledge about mental health through Girl Chat, providing space for black women to understand trauma and their triggers in Black Girl Heal, to ensuring college women are aware of all dimensions of their wellness and health through a partnered college edition of Mind the GAHP and Honest | Conversations. Through all of these events, working with Shaza has been an amazing experience; she truly has a heart for seeing women grow, heal and succeed, and does this by creating a safe space for women to investigate self fully. Her heart can be seen through her attention to detail when crafting outlines and program guides, her thorough research when developing events catered to specific audiences, as well as her desire to connect all women to qualified licensed mental health therapist in the area. Within each event I’ve attended I’ve seen lives impacted, perspectives widened, and fresh air permeate hearts and minds - Mind the GAHP is not just another women’s event, but a powerful tool that is bringing healing to women through intention, knowledge, and love. There are concerns we as women may never want to speak about or issues we may not be aware of, but Mind the GAHP sets out to bring freedom to both of those areas so we can live a life we deserve. From pop-up events, to Instagram stories and posts Mind the GAHP, and the force behind it, Shaza Ibrahim, is setting the tone for what supporting women and helping them grow looks like - and we are all better because of it!
— CHANALE PROPST (HONEST CONVERSATIONS FOUNDER) (UNCC & JOHNSON C. SMITH UNIVERSITY PARTNER)

Please e-mail us at mindthegahp@gmail.com if you:

  • Want to sponsor or partner with us for a future event.

  • Have a space you'd like us to use for an event.

  • Have press inquiries.

  • Any other questions and/or ideas.

Thank you!