Myesha Monique Collins is a native of Los Angeles, California, raised in Pomona, CA., currently residing in Chesapeake, VA with her three sons. Myesha is an Award Winning Activist, Ordained Minister, Veteran, Best Selling Author, Speaker, Creative Strategist and Motivational Experience Coach. Myesha has a background in Administration, Sociology, Human Resources, Quality Assurance, Continuous Quality Improvement, Management, Leadership, and Training. Myesha’s first book of poetry and short stories, entitled Poetration, was self-published in 2006 and is available through Amazon. In 2017, Myesha spearheaded an anthology, Blue Girl Turned Gold, inspired by Myesha’s non-profit organization, Blue Girls Turned Gold. Blue Girls Turned Gold is a national organization whose mission is to empower women. Blue Girls Turned Gold currently host 6 Creative valuable workshops to empower! Myesha prides herself on her ability to use her intuition and experience to find creative strategies to turn women from BLUE (not knowing how great they are) to GOLD (knowing how great they are). Myesha has been interviewed by Exposure Magazine, Indiana Tuggle, and Goodwill Good works to discuss her current and future works and projects. Myesha has 2 additional therapeutic works being published this year, Reclaiming My Time from the 9-5 Grind set to be released May 2018 and From Grief to Grind ignited by Andrea A. Moore set to be released August 2018. Myesha recently joined the “Genius is Common Movement,” founded by Bruce George, visionary creator of Def Poetry Jam after seeing how much the movement was in alignment with her purpose and mission. She lives the Genius is Common movement daily using her creativity and pushing those to see the GENIUS within. Myesha has a connection to intuition and spirituality and loves helping people see their greatness within. She is a firm believer that people of all ages need help, and enjoys passing on her own experiences and knowledge that will help with whatever they are going through, and come out of it stronger than ever. She is a firm believer that ‘Experience shape who you are, but they do not dictate who you become”.   You can contact Myesha Monique Collins at bluegirlsturnedgold@gmail.com- Email www.bluegirlsturnedgold.org - Web Etsy.com/shop/bluegirlsturnedgold- Etsy #Blue Girls Turned Gold- Instagram @BlueTurnedGold- Twitter 770-988-4089- Phone

Myesha Monique Collins is a native of Los Angeles, California, raised in Pomona, CA., currently residing in Chesapeake, VA with her three sons. Myesha is an Award Winning Activist, Ordained Minister, Veteran, Best Selling Author, Speaker, Creative Strategist and Motivational Experience Coach. Myesha has a background in Administration, Sociology, Human Resources, Quality Assurance, Continuous Quality Improvement, Management, Leadership, and Training.
Myesha’s first book of poetry and short stories, entitled Poetration, was self-published in 2006 and is available through Amazon. In 2017, Myesha spearheaded an anthology, Blue Girl Turned Gold, inspired by Myesha’s non-profit organization, Blue Girls Turned Gold. Blue Girls Turned Gold is a national organization whose mission is to empower women. Blue Girls Turned Gold currently host 6 Creative valuable workshops to empower!
Myesha prides herself on her ability to use her intuition and experience to find creative strategies to turn women from BLUE (not knowing how great they are) to GOLD (knowing how great they are). Myesha has been interviewed by Exposure Magazine, Indiana Tuggle, and Goodwill Good works to discuss her current and future works and projects. Myesha has 2 additional therapeutic works being published this year, Reclaiming My Time from the 9-5 Grind set to be released May 2018 and From Grief to Grind ignited by Andrea A. Moore set to be released August 2018.
Myesha recently joined the “Genius is Common Movement,” founded by Bruce George, visionary creator of Def Poetry Jam after seeing how much the movement was in alignment with her purpose and mission. She lives the Genius is Common movement daily using her creativity and pushing those to see the GENIUS within.
Myesha has a connection to intuition and spirituality and loves helping people see their greatness within. She is a firm believer that people of all ages need help, and enjoys passing on her own experiences and knowledge that will help with whatever they are going through, and come out of it stronger than ever. She is a firm believer that ‘Experience shape who you are, but they do not dictate who you become”.


You can contact Myesha Monique Collins at
bluegirlsturnedgold@gmail.com- Email
www.bluegirlsturnedgold.org - Web
Etsy.com/shop/bluegirlsturnedgold- Etsy
#Blue Girls Turned Gold- Instagram
@BlueTurnedGold- Twitter
770-988-4089- Phone

Myesha M. Collins, USN Veteran, Ordained Minister

  Our mission is to mobilize financial, professional, and personal resources to support the development of a women's lifestyle. We believe that if women are empowered with sustainable livelihoods & opportunities to fulfill their potential, plus the capacity and space to make revolutionary choices, then we will have vibrant, healthy & inclusive neighborhoods!

Our mission is to mobilize financial, professional, and personal resources to support the development of a women's lifestyle. We believe that if women are empowered with sustainable livelihoods & opportunities to fulfill their potential, plus the capacity and space to make revolutionary choices, then we will have vibrant, healthy & inclusive neighborhoods!

  As a teen, I was unable to find encouragement. As a young mother, I lacked training. And, even as an adult it has been difficult to gather the support or skills to allow myself to thrive. Not knowing where to find help, I decided to empower myself. As years passed, I sought spiritual guidance and turned to ministry. Not the religious ministry I was taught, the ministry of love and empowerment, the way it was intended to be. As an ordained minister, I pondered on how I could help women overcome obstacles every woman seems to face. Issues like low self-esteem, abusive relationships, molestation & even rape happen far too common to young girls and a dialogue hasn't been established on a national level. Our organization looks to change the root of female hardship & by doing that, we will turn Blue Girls Gold!

As a teen, I was unable to find encouragement. As a young mother, I lacked training. And, even as an adult it has been difficult to gather the support or skills to allow myself to thrive. Not knowing where to find help, I decided to empower myself. As years passed, I sought spiritual guidance and turned to ministry. Not the religious ministry I was taught, the ministry of love and empowerment, the way it was intended to be. As an ordained minister, I pondered on how I could help women overcome obstacles every woman seems to face. Issues like low self-esteem, abusive relationships, molestation & even rape happen far too common to young girls and a dialogue hasn't been established on a national level. Our organization looks to change the root of female hardship & by doing that, we will turn Blue Girls Gold!