Welcome, Alondra Anderson!
I am a child of God, a mother, an entrepreneur, a public speaker, an educator, and a life coach. I am the CEO of Women Beyond Measures, an organization dedicated to the personal growth of mothers, and LaLian Cosmetics, a company made for makeup lovers. In addition to my graphic design and business administration background, I possess degrees in psychology and mental health in human services. I am currently MSW candidate at an HBCU. As a young mother, I have been a guest speaker at local empowerment events, and my story has been printed in women's publications, received community honors, and been interviewed and featured on podcasts centered on business. Miracles have happened in my understanding of mental health. For the past decade, I've expanded my experience with mental health and the importance of self-care in personal development. I started my journey by educating families with children who have disabilities. Later on, I worked in fields including domestic violence, mental health disorders, substance use, BIPOC, LGBTQ+, children in the shelter system, mental health counseling, parenting, and life coaching. I have discovered a love for education, leading, motivating, and encouraging people to maximize the best of themselves.
Being the eldest of six children in the Bronx, New York, has given me a unique set of duties that have helped shape me into the leader I am today. I aim to help people see that their past does not define them and that their journey is just that—a journey they can shape and feel proud of, just as mine has been: finding God, learning my self-worth, taking care of others, moving out of home with a family on my own, and graduating from college as the first in my family to do so. The purpose of our difficulties is not to weaken us but to fortify us. One thing I will never forget is overcoming. On my 27th birthday, my father told me that over the last 27 years, I've been able to overcome From birth to now, there have been 27 years of overcoming. Every day of every year has potential obstacles. Every year has its problems—its worries, struggles, or life in general—but each birthday, each year, we have overcome.
Trust the proccess and success will follow