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Fayetteville, North Carolina
President - Gina Turner

Upcoming Events


Join us for a Holistic Professionals of Color Meet and Greet in Fayetteville! 

Are you a passionate and dedicated holistic professional of color in Fayetteville? We invite you to connect with like-minded individuals and create a supportive community for personal and professional growth.


What to Expect:

  • Networking with fellow holistic professionals

  • Sharing your experiences and expertise

  • Building meaningful connections

  • Exploring opportunities for collaboration

  • Discovering new perspectives and insights

This event is open to holistic professionals from various backgrounds, including but not limited to:

  • Yoga instructors

  • Massage therapists

  • Herbalists

  • Nutritionists

  • Life coaches

  • Energy healers

  • Mindfulness practitioners

  • Holistic health practitioners of all kinds

Let's come together to celebrate diversity within the holistic community and support each other's journey towards wellness and holistic living.


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Meet Gina Turner Walton

Gina Turner Walton is an Army brat born in Waterloo Iowa and raised in the DC-Metro area where she attended and graduated from Montgomery County Public Schools in Maryland.  Upon graduation, Gina embarked on a nine-year career in Administration working various government contracts for agencies such as the National Institute of Health, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Department of Health and Human Services, Lockheed Martin, and Food and Drug Administration. After leaving Corporate America, she decided to continue her education at Fayetteville State University (FSU) graduating with honors magna cum laude, with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Management.


During her matriculation, she exemplified excellence in both personal development and student leadership. Gina Continued her growth and dedication in her academic excellence and in her good efforts as she served both the student body and the community selflessly through various activities. As one of three students, Gina served on the FSU team volunteering for Campus Kitchen and co-chair for the planning committee of the Cumberland County Crop Hunger Walk which partnered with the Second Harvest Food Bank 2017-2018.  


Additionally, Gina was a volunteer hostess for the annual 2017 Food Fight Gala which strived to increase awareness and collect donations from local and corporate businesses to feed families and children affected by hunger daily in Cumberland County and surrounding areas.  After graduating from FSU, she began her journey in graduate studies at Grand Canyon University; graduating with a Master of Science Degree in Psychology, and a Graduate Certificate in Life Coaching. Currently, she is pursuing a Doctorate of Philosophy in Metaphysics and Natural Medicine. Gina continues her dedication to educating and nurturing individuals, and families within the BIPOC communities in wellness education and health promotion as they use holistic modalities to heal from the inside out. 

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