EMH takes young women (between 14-18) across the United States and Canada for 30 days on the Quality of Life Road Trip. We journey through 26 states, stopping in 22 cities, participating in activities strategically designed to understand the lifestyles and contributions of girls and women of African descendant.
She also produces annual community celebrations to honor her community: Harriett Tubman Community Youth Leadership Award, Grandma Hands Community Tribute, Black Excellence Awards (celebrating secondary educational completion) and Men of Honor Awards.
EMH facilitates programs in highschools and communities all across Sacramento such as: Nurtured Girls, Empowered Women Institute for the empowerment and leadership enrichment for girls and women. Her impactful programs are: Wii (We Inspire) Girl, Queens Rising, Dream Academy, Mother Love, Yewas Rites of Passages and Queens Live.
WMB18 is a program that teaches and informs youth about the legal, civil and political obligations of turning 18. She has produced, written, and directed talk shows, documentaries and plays for access television for six years. She also managed SistaTreats, a series of holistic retreats and workshops for the caring and nurturing of the human mind, body, and spirit.