I learned a long time ago the wisest thing I can do is be on my own side, be an advocate for myself and others like me.
— Maya Angelou
 

move with the Movement

501(c)(3) founder and author, Maranda Evans shares her testimony on how God answered her prayers, helped her fight through a difficult time, and equipped her with resources to help others. For more information on The Troubled Movement please visit thetroubledmovement.org

"Men of Many Talents" Showcase

November 19, 2016


Marching Forward Fundraising Gala

March 4, 2017


Heavily Meditated

March 13-17, 2017

Hosted by: Anamechia Joseph, Program Director


"Woman 2 Woman" Seminar - November 7, 2015

"Woman 2 Woman" Seminar - November 7, 2015

Founder Maranda Evans speaks to the teens of Studio Express The Motion Dance Company (Founded by Emanda Horn)- August 12, 2016

Founder Maranda Evans speaks to the teens of Studio Express The Motion Dance Company (Founded by Emanda Horn)- August 12, 2016

"Survive & Thrive Vol. I" Seminar - June 14, 2016

"Survive & Thrive Vol. I" Seminar - June 14, 2016

Founder Maranda Evans speaks to the teens of Studio Express The Motion Dance Company (Founded by Emanda Horn)

Founder Maranda Evans speaks to the teens of Studio Express The Motion Dance Company (Founded by Emanda Horn)

"Troubled The Book" Photoshoot - Author Maranda Evans

"Troubled The Book" Photoshoot - Author Maranda Evans

Maranda Evans speaks on the importance of sexual abuse knowledge, awareness, and statistics. As a sexual assault survivor, I am determined to fight for all victims suffering in silence. Chanel Diane, you are true HERO!

Watch as Author Maranda Evans speaks on the importance of "Turning Your Pain Into Purpose" at a conference hosted by Author and Minister Romeco Dawkins.

Maranda Evans speaks on the loss her father, Randy Evans, on March 14, 2004 to domestic violence. As a tribute on his 12th anniversary. I love you daddy! I know you're proud of the woman I've become.

Thanks to Emanda Horn, Founder/Author Maranda Evans speaks to the dancers (ages 7-18) of Studio Express The Motion Dance Company about Leadership, Fear, and Education with her speech, "Who I was. Who I am. How I got there."