Dayeshell Muhammad is more than a name. She is a Confidence Builder, Trainer, Engager, Accountability Coach, Improvement Strategist. Dayeshell is a Facilitator of Purpose. Whatever she touches turns to gold. She illuminates what’s been hidden inside of you for far too long. She is an expert in providing companies with training, organizational development, management and leadership development, performance development and growth solutions. To call her a business coach would be a drastic understatement. Dayeshell has helped many businesses achieve exponential growth, create radical business strategies and blast from ordinary to explosive!
Since 2005, she has served as the Director of Operations at My People Clinical Services, LLC. where they offer an array of services to empower, rebuild and support the community. She has dedicated more than 10 years of her life to overseeing the Female Empowerment Program at My People and believes that empowerment is a girl’s best friend.
Holding a bachelor’s in business, a master’s in women studies and a doctorate in education with an emphasis in performance improvement and leadership, this multidimensional Queen is more than qualified to reach back, beside and above her to assist other Queens with properly adorning their crown. For more than 18 years, Dayeshell has worked in social services and understands, not only the many encounters woman of different ethnic backgrounds experience in life, but ways to live your best life in spite of those experiences.
Aiding others has always been a passion of hers. She especially takes pleasure in reaching out to the disenfranchised young ladies who are coming into themselves and women who have a story to tell. She has an insatiable appetite for helping golden-hued women improve in every area of their lives from personal to professional. With her wealth of experience, knowledge and understanding, she offers a fresh and stimulating voice for women who desire becoming the best versions of themselves. She’s been recognized with various awards including a Community Service Award in 2015, the NAACP of Greater Hartford Award in 2017, and the 100 Women of Color Award in 2018.
Dayeshell loves to plan and coordinate events. She’s very involved in the community and hosts an annual female empowerment conference for adolescent females as well as serve as the treasure for the non-profit Dreams Empower. When she finds downtown, she’s probably watching “The Color Purple,” feeding her mind with “We Should All be Feminist” by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie or baking decadent desserts. Dayeshell has been happily married since 2003 and together they have three children and one grandson.