Crown Me was established out of necessity to help improve the futures of our women and girls. Our goal, purpose, and mission is to rectify the miseducation and misguidance that our Queens are facing today in order to eradicate unhealthy relationships while building healthy families. We are educating women and girls in order to prevent toxic relationships, retrain toxic upbringings, and create emotionally healthy women that thrive in our societies. Our team goes out into our community and communities across the World to educate our Queens. We are on a mission to wake up our sleeping queens. SLEEPING QUEENS CANNOT REIGN! We want them to learn independence to prevent codependence. We want to help them Self-Discover in order to increase Self-Awareness and Self Love. We want to help them identify their life’s purpose. Self-Love will help them to increase their values and the value of generations to come. This is a movement to help women and girls of all colors, sizes, and creeds to show up boldly, authentically, and confidently in the world knowing that someone valued them enough to invest in their futures. We are weakening women's insecurities while normalizing feeling good about yourself! This is a PINK and GOLD MOVEMENT OF FEMININITY AND POWER! JOIN THE MOVEMENT! JOIN THE CROWN ME NATION! Please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Click the link below to donate. We truly value your SUPPORT!
Danyel Nicole Black, is an accomplished Educator, Certified Life Coach, Author, Motivational Speaker, Model, Certified Fitness Instructor, Makeup Artist, and Mother. She specializes in helping women to fall in love with themselves while reaching their maximum potential. This is her platform to serve women in the self discovery phase while living healthy fulfilling lives. She is a firm believer in helping women to take every brick life has thrown at them to build an empire. She is the fierce and fearless leader of our beloved PINK and GOLD movement of FEMININITY and POWER! Danyel Black has been chosen as Xavier University's 2021-40 under 40 Award Recipient.
Kadee Marie Burkhardt was born in New Orleans, and is currently living in Slidell with her husband and children. Mrs. Burkhardt, known to everyone as "Kadee Marie", is a women of many talents and professions. She is an accomplished Vocalist, Professional Photographer, Licensed Nurse '05, and is currently working on her Bachelors in Education.
"I believe that all women need to feel comfortable in their own skin. Staying true to yourself will lead you to a life of happiness".
Angelica Williams was born and raised in New Orleans. Angelica currently resides in Slidell, where she has lived for the past 20 years. Ms. Williams has earned her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology, and is currently working in behavioral health. She has dedicated the last 13 years to supporting and guiding the minds of young children. She is extremely dedicated to upholding the mission and vision of Crown Me Foundation.
Dr. Breanne McGhee is a full-time clinical optometrist in New Orleans, Louisiana where she is a native. She obtained her Bachelor's in Science (B.S.) degree in Psychology from Xavier University of Louisiana. Upon graduation, she continued onto Pacific University College of Optometry where she obtained her Doctorate of Optometry (O.D.) and Masters in Education (MEd) in 2016. She also earned the prestigious top honor, the Dean's Award, for her years of service and scholarship during her optometry school years. She also has a passion for increasing access to eye care in minority and underserved communities. In 2016, Dr. McGhee created an outreach group, Elite Youth of Excellence & Service (E.Y.E.S.). This group dually provides free eye examinations and eyewear all while mentoring local high school and college aged students who are interested in optometry.
In 2020, Dr. McGhee was the recipient of the Women In Optometry Young Optometrist of the Year Theia Award, as well as the Emerging Leader Award at Pacific University. In 2021, Dr. McGhee was awarded the William C. Ewell Fellowship by the American Academy of Optometry Foundation.
She is on the epitome and embodiment of restoring femininity, while maintaining power, in medical profession.