Triumphant Woman

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Triumphant Woman is a federally recognized 501c3 nonprofit organization that seeks to reaffirm and restore the original image and identity of a woman or girl who has been sexually abused. We want to teach them that their lives are not to be defined by abuse and see themselves as beautiful, smart, overcomers and powerful contributors to society.

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Letter from Our Founder

Nancy Mensah Azeez

I want to personally thank you for visiting the Triumphant Woman.  I hope you are inspired by the great work we are doing and if you find we have like hearts, we would love to partner with you to make a global impact.

I believe that sometimes God reveals our destinies to us through pain and adversity and once He heals us, He positions us to then share that healing with others as well.

Unfortunately, like countless others, I am no stranger to sexual abuse. As a child growing up in Ghana, I experienced sexual molestation from six men before the age of 10. Like most victims in Ghana, I was afraid to tell an adult because I knew all too well the culture would blame me and protect the perpetrator.  As a teenager, after moving to the United States, I was raped by a family member. I was devastated. Although living in U.S., the fear from my Ghanaian culture followed me. I vowed then that one day I would find a way to make a difference.

I want to personally thank you for visiting the Triumphant Woman.  I hope you are inspired by the great work we are doing and if you find we have like hearts, we would love to partner with you to make a global impact.

I believe that sometimes God reveals our destinies to us through pain and adversity and once He heals us, He positions us to then share that healing with others as well.

Unfortunately, like countless others, I am no stranger to sexual abuse. As a child growing up in Ghana, I experienced sexual molestation from six men before the age of 10. Like most victims in Ghana, I was afraid to tell an adult because I knew all too well the culture would blame me and protect the perpetrator.  As a teenager, after moving to the United States, I was raped by a family member. I was devastated. Although living in U.S., the fear from my Ghanaian culture followed me. I vowed then that one day I would find a way to make a difference.

Leaving a legacy,

Nancy Mensah Azeez

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To reach Nancy for business coaching or consulting, please visit www.redonyxconsulting.com.