Naeemah Staggs is a multi-passionate Licensed Consultant that facilitates ways for individuals, communities, and organizations to better serve children and families. With over fifteen years of experience in child welfare and mental health training, technical assistance, and program management, Mrs. Staggs is a Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist and her expertise lies in working with or on behalf of marginalized and at-risk populations, including Black and Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC) communities, families experiencing homelessness and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBTQ) youth. Mrs. Staggs is a registered member of the PACEs (Positive and Adverse Childhood Experiences) Connection Speakers & Trainers Bureau and received her Master of Human Services degree from Lincoln University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Currently, Mrs. Staggs serves as a trainer and consultant for multiple agencies and organizations including Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), National Council for Mental Wellbeing, Darkness to Light and the University of Maryland School of Social Work. In her free time, Mrs. Staggs enjoys empowering women both online and in-person to share stories, strategies and resources for living an inspired life. A native Washingtonian, Mrs. Staggs currently lives in the suburbs of Washington, DC with her husband and 7 year old daughter.