Georgia Reash

Repairing the World - Inspiring the Spirit!
Georgia M. Reash is a local and global advocate for the prevention of violence and the healing of trauma.  Gleaned from her own survivor journey, and her work in global sustainability, she has developed resources, projects and educational messages that inspire a deeper understanding of trauma culture and what is needed to holistically heal - personally, and as a community.  In 2000, Georgia experienced a major ‘catalyst event’ that caused her to recreate herself from the inside out; through a whole person approach, Georgia enabled a mental-spiritual-physical-energetic-generational recovery from 50-year trauma-cloaked life, and a major physical illness, into a joyful space of life celebration. Her life as an artist, writer, story teller and creative dancer serves as an expressive catalyst for delivering life-inspired stories of resilience and courage.  Her play, Journey of The Hummingbird Minister, conveys a compelling, heart-stopping drama of her story.  It has been performed in full and partial productions and is currently launching a Northeast Ohio- Florida Gulf Coast campaign tour (2019-2020).  As a poet, her work includes Weed Flowers 1: Sensualities, Hummingbird Poetry, and Weed Flowers 2: Dignity.  Georgia’s paintings are featured in her Metamorphosis 18-piece art installation, which is accompanied by facilitated community dialogue. Georgia and her business partner, Pastor Sederia Graves, Executive Director of Believing A Miracle (Atlanta GA) are co-directors of a the 2020 Rise With Honor Conference, targeting veteran women with PTSD resulting from combat or sexual assault trauma. In addition to her work as an advocate and motivational lecturer, Georgia is also President and Developer at BrightSpot Communities, a sustainable development company, and Founder of LEAD Vision, a network of conscious experts.  BrightSpot assists communities and companies in realizing their growth potential through a broad range of consulting and design services rooted in whole systems change and sustainable practices.  The healing of trauma and the prevention of violence plays a key role in creating vital, sustainable communities.
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Finding My Excalibur Queen

by Georgia Reash

The Toll of Workplace Sexual Assault

by Georgia Reash

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