Educate Empower Lead
We believe in
Inclusion, Diversity, and Culture Awarness
Fresno Girls World Expo Event
Garbralle Conroe was one of the female panelist at the 2018 Girls World Expo Event.
Fearless Female Panel
Mrs. Conroe participated in conversations about the importance of Self-esteem, Diversity, and Leadership.
One on one Mentorship
Promote understanding of culture competence
Identify awareness of personal stages of cultural competence
Providing practical learning experiences for skill development in culturally competent strategies
Develop an action plan towards becoming culturally competent
Short Term Residential Treatment Trainings (STRIP)
Social & Cognitive
Treatment & Addiction
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5627 N. Figarden Dr #112
Fresno Ca 93722
MEET THE TEAM
Garbralle Conroe M.S.
Mrs. Garbralle Conroe was born and raised in Fresno Ca. Throughout life, she understood the importance of obtaining an education which resulted in obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in Criminology and a Master’s of science degree in Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling from California State University, Fresno. For the past 6 years she has been teaching graduate courses at California State University, Fresno. In addition to providing Professional Development, Cultural Competence and diversity, trainings through her consulting business. In 2012 Mrs. Conroe received Business of the Year Award from Resources for Independence Central Valley. She was recognized for her outstanding work in her community by helping individuals with disabilities obtain jobs. In 2015 she was awarded the community service award from Fresno City College for her exceptional contributions with Fresno City College students. Mrs. Conroe was awarded the 2017 40 under 40 award which recognizes individuals under the age of 40 for their contributions and, achievements, In addition Mrs. Conroe was the keynote speaker for the 2018 Girls World Expo, and the 2018 Fresno Housing authority all staff event. Mrs. Conroe has facilitated several professional development sessions at Fresno City College Institutional, Development, for Equity, Access and Success Summit titled “Bridging the Gap between Privileged & Adversity. In 2019 Mrs. Conroe was featured on Valley PBS Young, Gifted, and Black where she shared her motivational journey of how she overcame barriers, and stigmas growing up in South West Fresno. Mrs. Conroe also will be one of the keynote presenter at the 2019 National Association of Multicultural Rehabilitation Concerns where she will be focusing on Cultural Competence in Counseling.
Mrs. Conroe has a passion for inspiring youth, and giving back to her community. She currently engages in motivational speaking and professional development events throughout the Central Valley as well as in Northern California. Additionally, Mrs. Conroe mentors numerous students, and volunteer’s her time speaking at different high schools, and community events about self-worth, making smart choices, leadership, and the importance of education. Mrs. Conroe has co-authored a manuscript on the use of service-learning in building cultural competence among counseling trainees. She thrives on the model “each one teach one”
Young, Gifted, & Black: A Community Conversation
Valley PBS presents a one-hour special, hosted by Cory James of ABC30. The program includes stories about students thriving in the classroom thanks to programs and services offered by Washington Union High, the Fresno County Superintendent of Schools and Fresno State. A panel of six community leaders also explore what does it means to be Young, Gifted and Black in 2019.
2019 Teen Summit at Fresno City College.
So, as you know, we’re impressed with Educate Empower Lead – tell our readers more, for example what you’re most proud of and what sets you apart from others.
I am a diversity consultant. I facilitate trainings, workshops, and conferences about the importance of inclusion, culture competence, and diversity. Because it’s my area of expertise I have a passion for educating, and empowering individuals to always consider culture. We live in a very diverse world, so we must look at situations from a different set of culture lens other than our own. That is the only way we are going to get a different perspective.
What sets me apart is that my approach is very authentic, raw and uncut. I talk about situations and circumstances that many people are afraid to discuss. I share personal insight on my life and struggles I have encounter growing up in a predominantly lower social economic environment. I tell my audience you have to be comfortable being uncomfortable that is when the real growth begins.
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2020 Black Magical Women Honoree
National Association of Multicultural Rehabilitation Concern
Mrs. Conroe presented at a National Conference and talked about the importance of culture competence in counseling.
Audience learned how to bridge the gap of what is learned in the classroom and what is expected in the real world by having the opportunity to engage in case scenarios through active role play, establish trust and rapport recognize cultural and environmental factors, and when to refer clients.
26th annual National Association Multicultural Rehabilitation Concern (2019)
More PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS
Mrs. Conroe was the 2018 Spotlight on success honoree
Mrs. Conroe received the 2017 40 under 40 award
Mrs. Conroe was the presenter for Fresno City Institutional, Development, Equity, Access and Success Summit (2019)
She provided a 75 minute presentation on Bridging the gap between privilege and adversity. Audience learned the importance of being culturally competent when working with diverse populations.
Mrs. Conroe was a panelist for Valley PBS Young, Gifted, & Black (2019) Where she discussed her experiences growing up in a lower social economic environment and explored what does it means to be Young, Gifted and Black in 2019.
Young, Diverse, & Active Panelist
Mrs. Conroe particpated in a community discussion about the importance of being involved in the community
Mrs. Conroe has been providing trainings for my agency for the past 5 years. She is professional, reliable, and very knowledgable.
CEO Hope For Youth
Mrs. Conroe is awesome! Not only does she have good energy, but the way she engages with the audience is amazing. She shares a lot of personal stories which captures, and keeps the audience attention
Instructor California State University, Fresno
Mrs. Conroe has been working with me and my family for the past 2 years by providing individual training services. She is dedicated, passionate, and always deliver's professionalism
Aspiranet Foster Care
Wow!!! Mrs. Conroe is so confident I aspire to be like her.
Sunny Side High School
Why work with us
♦Proficient in working with diverse and socio-economic populations
♦Expertise in working with a variety of populations including those diagnosed with substance abuse, mental illness, individuals who are homeless, low- income, at-risk youth, and pregnant women
♦Expert in Inclusion, Diversity, and Culture Awareness
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
CHECK OUT SOME OF OUR FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS. IF YOU HAVE MORE QUESTIONS, JUST CONTACT US.
Question #1 Does your company travel to give trainings?
Answer: Yes we will travel to your organization as well as we have our own training facility.
Question #2 How much time in advance would we need to book for services?
Answer: Usually two weeks in advance depending on the service you are requesting. (ex. individual/ small or large group trainings)
Question #3 Does your company provide copies of the material?
Answer: Yes we provide all material, and handouts used for any training services requested.