How She Found Her Spark and Started a Movement
For fifteen years Nieisha’s role as an accounting professional took her into different business environments. She would support organizations through transitions for mergers and acquisitions, recommend best practices, and report the oversights in her findings to clients. Her goal was always to leave the place better than it was when she was onboarded. She became accustomed to looking at things with a critical eye. With a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Howard University, she began her accounting career at Deloitte in Boston, later joining a national accounting firm in Washington, D.C. After seven years with the company, she began facing challenges at work that she hadn’t come across with other clients. And for the first time, both professionally and personally, she could not understand where to find the oversight. The light Nieisha was searching for, she realized, was inside her all along, she just had to find the help to let it shine. Nieisha’s journey led her to founding PureSpark and offering resources to clients to accept their situation, explore their emotions, and practice the coping mechanisms they’ve learned through using PureSparks resources.
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Are you looking for a speaker? Nieisha Deed is passionate about mental health in the black community. She enjoys educating the community via her lived experience on the following topics:
-How mental illness played an important role in her/her families lives
-The deteriorating mental health warning signs she missed
-The steps she is taking now to maintain/improve her mental health.
Nieisha is also skilled in facilitating mental health discussions in the community and in the workplace. Book a free consultation call, by clicking the book now link.