Serving, Empowering, & Building Together
Collectively serving, empowering, and building.
It Takes A Village
The Ladies Room Collective was founded in August 2020 in response to the recent racial attacks on the Black Community. In efforts to strengthen our communities as a whole, we work to foster unity among Black women of all ages. As change agents, we actively seek and create opportunities to promote the economic advancement of Black women while debunking myths and stereotypes that further perpetuate the underlying hate behind oppressive systems. We are a collective group of Black women working to elevate ourselves and each other as co-leaders along side Black male leaders and role models in our families and communities. Working in collaboration to create a safe space to support and uplift each other, build meaningful connections, and engage in transformative discussion, we are changing the future for Black women in America and around the world.
Our programs promote self-awareness and help participants discover the essential tools and resources necessary to achieve their most ambitious goals and realize their greatest potential.
Our communities are exclusively for Black women who value, uphold, and affirm black unity and bonds among black families, with unwavering respect to themselves and our Black male counterparts.
Service & Leadership
We leverage our talents, skills and abilities to empower women to live their best lives. Our collective concept focuses on the success and advancement of Black women through interdependence and cohesion; working as one like a well-oiled machine.
– We go further together.
Founding Leadership Team
Lovisa Woodson II
Founder & Change Agent
Strengthening the socioeconomic status of the Black Community through activism and wealth creation.
Director & Awakening Coach
Guiding others to enhance the quality of their personal, professional, and social lives while becoming the best version of themselves.
Creating a safe space for women and youth in an environment that fosters the emotional support necessary to help them thrive.
Normalizing the discussion around mental health, destigmatizing mental illness and creating dialogue that empowers women walk in their purpose.