The Virtual Chapter is my vision brought to life, born from a passion of serving big-hearted entrepreneurs who want more from their business, without the long-ass days, tech headaches and overwhelm of trying to do it all themselves.
We’re now a thriving, award-winning team, supporting 6, multi 6 and 7 figure soulful entrepreneurs like you to build incredible & sustainable businesses.
Today’s guest is someone who has had a profound impact on the way we do business here at The Virtual Chapter and this episode is a MUST if you want to be an inclusive and equitable leader with your team and your clients.
Annie Gichuru is a leading racial equity coach and consultant for online entrepreneurs. During the past 3 years, she has helped many prominent online business leaders build intentionally inclusive businesses. The most notable of which is her partnership with the Beautiful You Coaching Academy where she supports trainees and emerging coaches.
She is deeply passionate about representation through a social justice lens and combines her experience as an internationally certified life coach, her love of story telling and her extensive career as a HR specialist to deliver her signature program, Represented. A transformational online program which has been described as a MUST for all business owners who are ready to build racially diverse, inclusive and equitable businesses.
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