Like a wise woman the owl guides us to see beyond the veil of deception and illusion.

We each have come to the planet to achieve something that only we can do.  Are you fulfilling your purpose?  This question has led to the formation of W.H.O.A!, as well as the development of programs and services that help meet a vast array of community and organizational needs.  W.H.O.A.! will continue throughout time to build a strong network of positive individuals, who are on the path of their personal purpose to make a better world, and connect these change agents to the most disenfranchised and disconnected communities to actively close the gaps that lead to the degradation of the human race.  Through partnerships with powerful women,  supported by the men, women and children who love them–we focus on creating a better world.  We come together to address areas of concern and great need within a community.  There is a growing need for women to take on more expansive roles within their communities and in society, which means they must incorporate broad strategies that include care for their families, community development, and attention to their personal goals.  As the world power structures shift to be more inclusive of women, they must be prepared to handle the responsibilities of leading in society.  As leaders in communities, homes, and in society, women must be prepared to take on the unique challenges that come with balancing family, work, and personal affairs.  Part of being prepared is having confidence, and being healthy.  By working at a grassroots level with women who are connected to other women wanting to advance, but who are not fully supported, W.H.O.A.! offers a network of support.

“A wise old owl sat on an oak; The more she saw the less she spoke; The less she spoke the more she heard.”                                                                                                                                                                                           —Unknown

“W.H.O.A.!  are like this wise old bird, rich with wisdom building worlds others cannot see.” —Carolyn R. Morris