For so long I walked the earth thinking that what I had to say wasn’t important. I lived in a world that told me what to do, how to feel, what to like, and what not to like. In the process, I learned to shut down my voice and authentic expression.
I believe self-expression is the key to healthy living. You must know how to listen to your true voice to be able to differentiate between the thoughts that are serving you versus the ones holding you back.
When you trust your inner wisdom, you take the steps necessary to move closer toward your dreams.
If you are tired of living somebody else’s idea of a good life, then we should talk. You can access the wisdom and tools needed to create your unique, amazing life.
Believe me. I did.
LA native Monique DeBose is an award-winning, multi-talented playwright and Jazz-R&B-pop singer/songwriter, who has toured and entertained audiences throughout Europe, India and Asia.
Her third album–The Sovereign One–is scheduled for release in Fall 2018. A leading vocal improvisationalist (having studied under Rhiannon and Joey Blake of the renowned Bobby McFerrin Voicestra), Monique now leads an international community of over 500 vocal artists throughout the United States and Europe.
Inspired by her experience of of what it means to be half African American, half Irish American, she wrote the funny, heartwarming and disruptive one-woman show Mulatto Math: Summing Up The Race Equation in America to initiate conversation and heal race relations in America. She tours around the country, performing the show and facilitating workshops on identity, race and belonging.
She holds a master's degree in Spiritual Psychology and a BA in Mathematics from UC Berkeley.
Monique calls LA home, is married to a Brit and is raising two compassionate, culturally intelligent boys.