Patrice Faye innovatively engages her audience with exercises to gain a better understanding of self and to introduce ways of building a healthy self-concept suitable for most relationships.
Patrice Faye shares steps to recognizing the life lessons embedded in dysfunction and in making bad choices. She quotes “Your next step should be clear & intentional.”
In this innovative and engaging presentation, Patrice Faye shows how the right self-concept promotes healthy and sustainable relationships among men. Using activities and storytelling, she reinvigorates the discussion from a black women’s perspective.
Patrice Faye is a resilience expert and shares her personal story of failures in academia, career, and business that turned into abundant opportunities.
Patrice Faye shares her message of triumph as an adult survivor of physical, emotional, and psychological abuse. She reinvigorates the question: What happens to abused children that becomes adults?
This is a career day talk with a twist. Patrice Faye is the Career Day whisperer. She engages parents, students, and teachers in identifying intrinsic interests today in order to promote career opportunities for tomorrow. You will leave this talk knowing what you are good at and some career possibilities to explore.
Mrs. Little has spoken to hundreds of my university students virtually. Her virtual presentation included photos, graphs, as well as engaging videos. She has a very personable speaking style. I truly believe that her willingness to share her heart wrenching story of abuse as well as resources to thrive in spite of it has been life-changing for many of my students.C. Spaniol, Retired Communications Professor, Texas A & M Corpus Christ
As a STEM community, it is essential that our students are exposed to professionals working in science and engineering careers. You provided an incredible presentation for our students. When evaluating the presentations, the students raved about how engaging your lesson was and how passionate you are about your career as a Nurse Practitioner. The young ladies were especially intrigued by the fact that you are able to balance a career in Science and hold a title such as Mrs. GwinnettC. Bullett, STEM ELA, Rex Middle School
Patrice Faye, you have an amazing group with UAPRN. The ladies were beyond excited and appreciative of the time spent with them. Thank you for supporting PADV with the health and empowerment lunch and learn. We welcome you all to come back in the fall.Z. Daniels, Volunteer Coordinator, Partnerships Against Domestic Violence (PADV)