Rha Goddess

Rha Goddess is a cultural innovator and social entrepreneur who brings over two decades of transformational “crowd rockin” in the name of social change. As a world renowned performing artist and activist, her work has been internationally featured in several national and international compilations, anthologies, forums and festivals. Rha’s work has been covered extensively and she has received rave industry reviews from Time magazine, Ms. magazine, The Source and The Miami Herald, among others. In her 30+ year tenure as a creative organizer Rha has worked on issues of racial justice and equality, electoral politics, offender aid and restoration, mental health and youth and young women’s empowerment. Rha is a 2008 recipient of the National Museum of Voting Rights prestigious Freedom Flame Award and a 2009 recipient of the Herb Alpert Award’s Hedgebrook Prize. Also in 2009, Rha was part of a special delegation invited to the White House and served as a U.S. Cultural Envoy to Rwanda. In her latest venture, Rha is the founder and CEO of Move the Crowd, an entrepreneurial training company dedicated to helping the next generation stay true, get paid, and do good. With an interdisciplinary curriculum that acknowledges, honors, and elevates the whole person, works with clients to leverage their unique creativity, strengths and passion into Move The Crowd viable projects, ventures and initiatives. Entrepreneurs emerge from their work with Rha with vision to move forward, the knowledge need to up their game, and the power to achieve their own flavor of success. Move The Crowd uniquely focuses on urban cultural creators and innovators from a variety of sectors who are re-defining their “work” as a vehicle for creative expression, financial freedom and societal transformation.

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