"As I reflect on the legacy I desire to leave behind, I expect that once my time here on this planet has expired, I will have led with my own example and served in a manner to further equitable opportunity access on a purely "skill and will" basis for generations to come by 1) significantly pushing forward the conversations on community-based solutions on equitiable opportunity access and economic development for underrepresented and undercompensated African Diaspora and women talent/professionals, 2) applied my many gifts (incl. communications, creative problem-solving, strategic development, business development, sales and performing arts) to create sustainable solutions for engagement and revenue growth for organizations I believe in so that they can continue resourcefully expanding their impact for centuries to come, and 3) left the world a better place by educating, empowering and esteeming the backbone of society: current and future generations of women."

- Shatoyia Jones

international women's advocate, wealth education consultant, business development, equitable opportunity access & poverty reduction specialist

Shatoyia Jones


Disciple. Public Figure. International Women's Advocate. Godly Femininity Pioneer. Mentor. Author. Speaker. Philanthropist.

Wealth Education Consultant. Equitable Opportunity Access Specialist. Poverty Reduction Specialist.

"Inside every woman is a uniquely regal, powerful, influential force of nature that can change the trajectory of the world. "

- Shatoyia Jones

Cacica (female chief ruler) of Kingdom Woman Finishing School

     Despite the increased opportunity for women to access more positions of leadership and influence, I find one astonishing common denominator that stagnates a woman’s ability to maximize every opportunity: superficially anchored confidence that is attached to something outside of themselves, which hinders their ability to show up for an opportunity they believe is outside of their reach, as well as the ability to advocate for themselves and their needs in environments that shame them for doing so. Hundreds of thousands of women later, I know without a doubt how it is not enough to empower women with more opportunities. A woman must also possess the confidence and a sense of self-worth that is unattached to the opportunity to be had to pursue them and the preparation in skills to maximize each opportunity presented to them.     As Cacica of Kingdom Woman Finishing School of feminine refinement and self-mastery for women who holds various positions with women's organizations around the globe, I am commissioned to work with talented and ambitious women of all ages and stages of life who hold great positions of leadership and influence in society from the local community to homemaking to politics and government to the royal family and everything in between. Business inquiries: helloshatoyia@gmail.com


"Diversity is the representation of a variety of audiences in culture, features, perspectives and beliefs. Inclusion is the creation of a space where each individual is not only represented in being asked to sit at the table but also to be invited to influence the conversations, decisions made and opportunities to be had and received."

- Shatoyia Jones

international women's advocate, wealth education consultant, equitable opportunity access & poverty reduction specialist

"Secure Your Crown. It's You Against You."

- Shatoyia Jones



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