Treyonda presently resides in Chicago and has a passion for creating relationships that can work to help rebuild lives through providing services, products or just networking with others who are excited to partner up and grow together in their lives and businesses. She is an entrepreneur at heart, with several small home businesses including travel, jewelry, and skin care, because she realized that we as women still desire to look and feel good no matter the circumstances.
Treyonda has always been an advocate at some capacity throughout her life; however, in 2008 a horrible tragedy that her family experienced crossed paths with a community organization, and that is where she discovered that this would be a good place to implement her restorative justice practices, ministerial, spiritually complemented transformational life coaching and counseling psychology with trauma-informed capabilities to cohesively impact lives. This path is where Treyonda has been active in umbrella chapters within the marketplace that made room for her to practice advocacy, policy and procedure initiatives locally, state and nationally. A few examples are the Chicago Public School Systems, peer parent training and leadership skill building for women and children living within our underrepresented communities. This work encouraged Treyondas’ decision to become a certified life transformation coach and the founder/CEO of The Janee’ V. Towns foundation (in honor of her deceased daughter). These professions and organizations are where crisis support is provided after extreme-life transitions have occurred, especially if it is the violent loss of a loved one like her journey has been. Mentorship, advocacy for the surviving siblings, charitable care packages and the linkage to valuable resources are the goals within this work. Bringing this together with her long-term goal and delayed dream to be a practicing clinical psychologist. Treyonda has found a work that partners with her spiritual wisdom and trauma/crisis focus. This work is the catalyst to help influence and nurture the lives broken by trauma within our communities and cities locally and abroad. This trauma included her own life after the murder of her eldest daughter. Bringing families and individuals past the taboo of mental health,These accomplished goals in her highly Equipped and empowered leadership roles has the possibility to be effective in underrepresented communities as well as the marketplace when it comes to reaching the hurt and broken hearted in search of a truth that will bring about a deliverance from the bondage on their lives in a non-traditional, cohesive and holistic space.
The desire is to flow this together in such a way that it would not only undergird and empower herself, but others continuously. Additionally, it would create a tidal wave of non-traditional collaborations within communities throughout cities, reinforcing the value and strength behind healthy relationships, broken spiritual identities and shattered communities exist.