KEDA EDWARDS PIERRE
I’m thrilled to have you and feel blessed to hold space for you here. As a survivor, intersectional feminist and multi-passionate entrepreneur there are many levels on which we can connect.
I’d love to get to know you better as well. Feel free to reach out and let me know more about you.
A Message from the Founder & CEO:
Regardless of our role, job/career, aspirations and level of accomplishment, when recovering from sexual trauma – we don’t have to do so alone. We all deserve safety, resources and support to do so. I founded True2Soul because of my healing journey as a survivor of ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences), intimate partner violence and racial trauma. I know what it is to be othered, retraumatized and victimized by the same systems claiming to help. So I sought discreet, trustworthy and inclusive spaces to heal – and came up short.
What I experienced and witnessed inspired me to create True2Soul – a sanctuary devoted to transformative healing and advocacy for BPOC & Indigenous women and gender-diverse survivors of sexual trauma. I’ve created what I’ve needed most: a safe, non-judgmental, supportive, inclusive and confidential environment.
True2Soul challenges the status quo and stigmas around sexual trauma, recovery and resiliency. We hold space for powerful vulnerability, authenticity and connection. We debunk myths around survivorship and inspire each other through creativity, community and collaboration.
I identify as a renaissance woman, walking the talk of powerful lifelong healing and development – while living the life I desire (personally and professionally). My healing journey, coupled with diverse training and professional history, is the driving force behind my two-fold mission: to revolutionize how the world sees and responds to survivors and eradicate gender-based violence.
Personal & Professional Development Retreat
Trauma-Informed Service Providers & Allies
I chose to leave my 27-year career with Toronto Police Service, pursuing more expansive healing and transformation – within myself, others like me, and the flawed systems that influence our lives and the world in which we live. I unabashedly pursue my heart’s deepest desires and my spirit’s most extraordinary callings. If survivorship has taught me one thing, it’s that: We as survivors have walked through so much. Nothing less than what we’ve experienced can stop us!
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