Rha Goddess is the entrepreneurial soul coach behind hundreds of breakthrough changemakers, cultural visionaries and social entrepreneurs, from New York Times bestsellers to multi-million dollar social enterprises. As CEO of Move The Crowd, Rha is galvanizing a movement of three million entrepreneurs dedicated to re-imagining “work” as a vehicle for creative expression, financial freedom and societal transformation.
She’s passionate about creating a “whole self” approach to entrepreneurship, and her unique methodology has empowered a new generation of conscious entrepreneurs to stay true, get paid, and do good.
Rha sits down with Paula Abreu, Founder & CEO of Escholha Sua Vida, and the Lifestyle Academy
From the onset of her more than 30-year career as a cultural innovator, social impact strategist and creative change agent, Rha has drawn on the power of creativity, culture and community to move hearts, minds and policy. As an internationally acclaimed performance artist and activist, Rha’s work has focused on issues of racial justice and equality, electoral politics, offender aid and restoration, mental health and youth and women’s empowerment and has contributed to initiatives that have impacted millions of lives. While working on the frontlines, Rha developed a unique perspective about effective leadership and cultivated a transformative approach to empowering individuals, teams, organizations and communities working for change. Rha has also served as a US Cultural Envoy to Rwanda and been part of two White House Delegations on Cultural Innovation and Civic Engagement.
Rha’s work has been featured in Time Magazine, Forbes, Fast Company, Variety, Ms. Magazine and The Chicago Tribune, among others. Awards and honors include: The National Museum of Voting Rights Freedom Flame Award, Meet The Composer’s Top Award, The Herb Alpert Awards Hedgebrook Prize, Top 10 Game Changer by Muses & Visionaries Magazine, and one of 50 Founders to watch by Essence Magazine.
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