Founder of OPUA LLC Champions Well-being and Empowerment, Inspiring Women to Pursue Purpose and Health

OPUA serves as a beacon of hope and opportunity, opening doors and breaking down barriers to improve the world around us.”
— Shavonne Reed

ATLANTA, GEORGIA, UNITED STATES, March 7, 2024 / — Shavonne Reed, Atlanta native and the visionary founder behind OPUA LLC, is set to ignite empowerment and conversation this International Women’s Day with a groundbreaking event, “Celebrating Women Real Talk with Shavonne Reed”. As a beacon of resilience and advocacy for well-being, Reed’s journey epitomizes the essence of female empowerment and the pursuit of meaningful change.

From the challenges of balancing motherhood, entrepreneurship, and personal aspirations, Shavonne Reed’s story resonates with many women striving for fulfillment amidst life’s complexities. With unwavering determination and the support of her husband, Reed transformed adversity into opportunity, birthing OPUA as a testament to resilience and the pursuit of purpose.

Inspired by her mother’s struggles with preventable chronic diseases and corporate disenchantment, Reed’s mission with OPUA evolved from a cosmetics beauty line to a dynamic health communications company focused on championing well-being and self care. Her vision extends beyond profit margins, aiming to create a legacy of love, laughter, and harmony while advocating for better health outcomes, especially for marginalized communities.

“OPUA serves as a beacon of hope and opportunity, opening doors and breaking down barriers to improve the world around us,” says Shavonne Reed. “We are committed to creating generational well-being for BIPOC communities and championing sustainability, equality, and ethical business practices.”

The International Women’s Day event, “Celebrating Women Real Talk with Shavonne Reed,” promises a day of empowerment, enlightenment, and meaningful dialogue. From personal anecdotes to professional insights, Reed will delve into the transformative power of resilience, self-love, and community engagement.

In the spirit of International Women’s Day, Reed hopes to inspire the next generation of leaders to pursue their passions while prioritizing self-dignity and health. Through collective action and shared commitment, she envisions a future where well-being is accessible to all and where every individual can thrive.

Join Shavonne Reed and the Future Health NOW Foundation as they celebrate the spirit of womanhood and ignite a movement toward a healthier, more empowered future.

Previous Panelists included:
– Retired CEO YWCA of Greater Atlanta, Sharmen Gowens
– Former Atlanta Beltline Executive & Founder of Tribal Good, Twanna Harris 2024 Ms. Georgia, Zaneta Chuniq Impower
– SVP of People & Culture, Kiy Watts
– RedDrop Co-founder, Dana Williams

This year’s distinguished guests include:
– Douglas County DA, Dalia Racine
– Former Atlanta Hawks Corporate Social Responsibility Executive, Andrea Carter Founder of I Will Survive Inc, Anisa Palmer
– Professional Speaker, Tiran Jackson
– Inventor & Entrepreneur Joi Stokes
– Founder of Data Science, Amelia Mink

To learn more about the event visit:

Minah Thomas
Rhythm Communications
+1 717-253-6433

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