To lead and teach troubled teens and young adults to persevere through adversity.
The Troubled Movement, Inc. is a Houston-based Texas 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to creating spiritual and educational programs, events, and activities for teens and young adults around the world. We focus on building victims of depression, abuse, financial hardship, loss, and more into survivors who will ultimately turn their pain into purpose.
Meet the Founder
Houston 40 Under 40 Award Recipient for Leading Authors, Bloggers & Artists
Teen & Young Adult Advocate, Motivational Speaker, Degreed Accountant, Houston Ambassador of 10 Blessings 10K Survivors Domestic Violence Initiative, and Founder of The Troubled Movement, Inc.
Maranda Evans was once a troubled teen. She was filled with pain and secrecy. The constant threat of adversity caused her to make bad decisions. These decisions were dangerous for her body, heart, and soul. Over the years she became stronger and undefeatable. The more life threw at her the more layers of skin she began to grow. Maranda is now an accomplished author filled with ambition and perseverance. She received her Bachelors of Business Administration in Accounting in three and half years from Sam Houston State University c/o 2013. She is now a graduate student at Texas Southern University, working towards her MBA in Accounting and expects to graduate December 2016. Maranda plays multiple roles by being an entrepreneur, hard-working corporate executive, and the relaxed writer and mentor. She has one main goal in life she feels God has called her to accomplish. Change lives with her story. . .