Meet Shanté

Founder, Trauma-Informed Educator, Non-profit Professional, Wellness Professional, Speaker

Shanté Haymore-Kearney is a warm-hearted nonprofit and trauma-informed wellness professional, and community do-gooder in her home city, Miami, FL. Shanté believes that there is a spark inside of everyone that was meant to be lit and set ablaze.


She currently works as an Education & Outreach Specialist at Kristi House Child Advocacy Center, a South Florida non-profit fighting to eradicate child sexual abuse and human trafficking.  She teaches abuse and safety prevention education curricula to youth, parents, and child-serving professionals.


Shanté has been a certified yoga and meditation teacher since 2011 and for the past 10 years, she has guided and taught thousands of people how to connect with their inner peace and personal power through yoga, meditation, mindfulness, vision boards, and prayer.  She is an empowering speaker and also facilitates meaningful workshops, retreats, private and corporate wellness sessions, and online courses. 


As the Founder of Brown Goddess Collective, a wellness community for brown/black womxn, Shanté is passionate about creating a space of sisterhood, wellness, empowerment, and healing for womxn of 'all shades of brown' through yoga, meditation, and mindfulness. 


She holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Florida A&M University and received her Masters in Sports Administration from Northwestern University.  One of her proudest accomplishments was as an NCAA Division I Volleyball student-athlete when she was named MEAC Conference Player of the Year in 2000 and 2001.  Shanté stands on the foundation of her family lineage which includes her father who was an NCAA Basketball champion at Indiana University under Coach Bobby Knight, her 91-year old grandmother who has a Miami-Dade County Public School named after her, and her mother who holds her Doctor of Law and is a General Counsel at a higher education institution.  Of all the things that she does, nothing brings her more joy than spending time with her 4-year-old son and husband of six years, even if that means digging for bugs and drawing dinosaurs regularly.

Trust your intuition and success will follow

Shante' Haymore-Kearney