Tynya R. Beverly is a community chaplain and spiritual practitioner, community leader, author, organizational developer, and social justice farmer. Starting 30+ years ago, she has coached and trained statewide on programs, including leadership training and other non-technical training such as workplace violence prevention, conflict resolution & meditation, diversity, and leadership development.
Her knowledge and ability to be a creative leader and mentor have generated nationwide opportunities for her to speak and share her experience through poetry, meditations, and captivating workshops where she has helped others increase joy and feelings of empowerment for years. She adds the most value when building networks, developing partnerships, and executing programs and community events. She is the author of her most recent ebook which was released in December 2019, Kwanzaa 365: Celebrating and Practicing the Principles, which is the culmination of a seventeen-year study on Kwanzaa principles and the celebration traditions.
Beverly is actively engaged in the greater Sacramento community. She is a Compassion Ambassador of District 3 for Compassionate Sacramento and is a consultant and board member of the Center For Spiritual Awareness (CSA). Her spiritual goal is to raise the vibration and consciousness
on the planet. Beverly hosts the Woman Spirit Rising
retreats, and her poem – Words of Sympathy –
is one of the topmost viewed videos with over
2.6 thousand views.
She is currently the Project Director for the
Sacramento County African American Suicide
Prevention Project and Community Chaplain
with the Center for Spiritual Awareness in West Sacramento.