If you don’t know me, let me share a little about myself….
I am the daughter of two loving and hard-working parents who provided a warm nurturing home for me, and are in part the reason I am who I am today. I will be eternally grateful to them, and pray to never disappoint them but only to honor them. I pray for my mother to have every resource available to her to continue her work as a servant leader to those who need her most. I pray that my father is pleased with my progress and how I continue to overcome obstacles and setbacks. Although he is no longer here, in the physical sense, I know that he is watching over me and our family. His spirit is a presence in my life always.
I am proud to be the big sister to a little sister (who is taller than me), who I pray for each day. I pray that God protects each step she takes. She has been blessed to do great things. I pray she sees this and expresses this in her speech, thoughts and deeds, and that she becomes the woman God intends. I also pray that God protects her and my nephew, who my sister was blessed to give birth to in 2017. I will strive every day to do my best to look out for my sister and my amazing nephew.
I am a management and DEI consultant, business management professor, podcast host, blogger, and a published author. To check out my books, published and those coming through the pipeline, visit DomeLifePublishing.com
I am working at living life to its fullest, sharing life experiences through mentoring, and helping others through genuine care and concern for their well-being. I am passionate about helping others help themselves. I am a natural born teacher. I love teaching. I enjoy the bonds that I share with the students that I call team members. I get excited to see people’s mental ‘light bulb’ turn on. It inspires me to continue pouring into them with even greater intensity, and while they learn from me I also learn from them.
As a consultant and practitioner of management I’m interested in building professional relationships to help organizations find the missing pieces to their puzzles, and to help them meet their goals and responsibilities for a more diverse, equitable, inclusive, and culturally-sound work environment. I also look forward to connecting globally with more professionals, philanthropists and change agents.
I have been a believer and follower of Christ since birth. I can admit that I did go through stages in life where my belief was conditional and I would sometimes doubt God and Jesus. During those times I would follow man’s lead and my urges for instant gratification, which has always led to heartache.
I have had many ups and downs in my life, but I know that it is only because of God that I made it through. My successes are due to God’s will and grace. My failures are due to my stubbornness, fear and refusal to follow Jesus. I’m a work in progress. Each day I strive to be more loving, kind, compassionate, graceful, forgiving, and giving to others. Each day I pray that God continues to mold me. Who I am spiritually and personally determines who I am and will be professionally.
Spiritually and through my “walk” I hope to connect with believers, non-believers, and conditional believers to share love, grace, dignity, respect, and mercy for all. I’m not here to try to force or convince people to accept or convert to my practices and beliefs in God and His son Jesus Christ. Instead, I’m more concerned that all mankind be treated with the care that we would individually hope and pray to receive.
No one is separate from God’s love and protection and by sharing these messages on my blogs I hope that we all strive to freely give the gift of love to every man, woman, and child regardless of their age, sex, sexual orientation, skin color, race, nationality, religion, abilities, political beliefs and agenda, accomplishments or limitations.
Natasha L. Foreman MBA enjoys serving in various capacities. She is a Management and DEI Consultant for Foreman & Associates, LLC, a management consulting and professional development services firm. She hosts a weekly show through the company’s Don’t Call it Small…Business podcast, where she shares business news and tips that you can use, and she highlights and interviews professionals and businesses from all over. Natasha is honored to serve part-time as an Adjunct Professor in the School of Business & Technology at Purdue University Global and through the Business Management Department at Atlanta Technical College. She is also a blogger and author. You can find out more about her books at DomeLifePublishing.com and visit BreakingBreadWithNatasha.com to read her spiritual blog.
Natasha started her first business at the age of 10, and is extremely passionate about youth entrepreneurship. She has been working with various organizations over the past 20 years to help build, nurture, and support future leaders and entrepreneurs. She also dedicated two years to design, pilot, and build youth entrepreneurship program, HOPE Business In A Box Academies, for global non-profit, Operation HOPE. Natasha has devoted her life to serving others. She mentors teens and adults, and works to serve as a sponsor for their future endeavors. She is happiest when she gets the opportunity to speak to and tutor children and young adults—they inspire her to keep climbing and reaching back.
A Southern California native, Natasha earned her B.A. in Black Studies (Africana Studies) from California State University, Long Beach, and her MBA with a Marketing Specialization from Kaplan University. She holds a Post-Masters Certificate in College Teaching.
“If small business is the lifeline of our nation, then we must educate generations of current and future business owners, and managers, so that we can continue to thrive and lead globally.” ~ Natasha L. Foreman
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