Shaza is an experienced facilitator and mentor who works with college students and corporate employees to help foster their personal and professional growth. An advocate for mental health and holistic wellness, she has founded Mind the GAHP with the hope of inspiring others to live more consciously.
Shaza has over eight years’ experience facilitating workshops on intersectional topics including, but not limited to, mental health, interpersonal violence, body image, and rape culture. In hearing the need for mental and emotional support, Mind the GAHP was created. Shaza provides safe spaces for people to address deep-rooted issues and break unhealthy patterns by connecting them to wellness professionals in their respective local areas.
This work has not only made a life-changing impact on those in attendance but has also transformed her for the better. Through teaching, she has learned how to break the cycle of anxiety and gained a more fulfilled life. Shaza has a true passion for teaching and helping others to live happier, more wholesome lives.
She has founded Mind the GAHP with the hope of making wellness resources more accessible and valuable to college campuses and workplace environments through evidence-based programming.