Biography

Espanol:  Quien soy yo

Soy una Maesta de Salud Pública con un enfoque en la salud reproductiva y la prevencion de violencia de las mujeres jóvenes, adolescentes y adultas. Por mas de 13 anos  me ha desempeñado como especialista en prevención de traumas y entrenadora  por la  liberación emocional de mujeres. Yo e desarrollado un análisis radical sobre el impacto que la opresión, el trauma, la violencia y la pobreza tiene en la mente, el cuerpo y el espíritu de las mujeres del mundo, ayudandola traer a la luz lo que estado ocultado y reprimido que  es parte de su a historia personal y de nuestras historia collectivamen

Tambien tengo mi certificado en adiccion  y  en consejeria de recuperación de drogas y el alcol.

Como activista de los derechos humanos yo conecto el  abuso de menores, incesto, asalto sexual, violación, abuso en las relaciones, la violencia doméstica, la violencia contra las mujeres conlas creencias negativas que uno tiene haci mismo,  los pensamiento y conductas destructivos y heridas que impiden a las mujeres entrar en su poder y su propósito es esta vida.

Por eso me a dedicado mi vida para crear programas que ayudan a familas y comunidads recuperar el aspecto cultural / espiritual de sanacion, el empoderamiento y transformación de las mujeres.

Mi trabajo

  •  Soy directora de un organization sin fins de lucros adonde cada  primer sabado del mes organizo un circulo de autosanacion  mediante despojo emocional para mujeres , adolescents y ninas para parar la violencia en su vida mente , cuerpo y espiritu.
  • Creo que toda las mujeres son expertas de su vidas, sabemos lo que necesitamos y tenemos todas las respuestas de nuestras preguntas pordentro damas necesitamos un espacio seguro
  • Que el cuerpo tiene la capacidad de curarse y sanarse mientra uno mismo se salga de su propio camino


                 Dayanara Marte, MPH/Co Founder & CEO

Dayanara Marte is a first generation Latina, Dominican Immigrant from Washington Heights, & mother of two dedicated to social justice & humanity. She is a Master of Public Health graduate of Columbia University with over 15 years’ experience working with womyn, girls & the LGBTQ community on reproductive health, mental health & violence prevention. She is nationally known for her work as a trauma prevention specialist, internalized oppression healer, trainer & facilitator in emotional release; organizing healing circles of self-healing from the impact that oppression, trauma, violence & poverty has on the mind, body & spirit. As a certified addiction & recovery counselor, she holistically addresses addictions as the result of internalized oppression & as dis-ease that manifest in our bodies as a result of institutional racism, homophobia, xenophobia, classism, & sexism.

She recently founded In Bold Rebirth Consulting, providing personal & organizational health care for the mind, body & spirit. This work includes spiritual development & transformational leadership, executive coaching, identifying capacity building & systems management needs, creating accountability structures & systems, & specifying personal & organizational performance evaluation systems.

Dayanara has developed Conscious Accountability: a trauma informed resiliency model that supports young & adult womyn & the LGBTQ community on the front lines of their lives in creating healing spaces, self-care action plans & systems of personal accountability. Dayanara envisions a world where women young & elder powerfully exist in the face of sexual assault, child sexual abuse, incest, rape, relationship/partner abuse, & domestic violence within our homes, our organizations & within movements.  Dayanara worked  for over a decade  in the South Bronx creating programs that reclaim the cultural/spiritual aspect of change to social justice movements towards the empowerment, healing & transformation of women of color.

In 2010, Dayanara became a citizen journalist for World Pulse, Voices of Our Future Correspondent & Global Connect: A Gender Justice writing project with Women E News & the Global Press Institute, founding the Behind the Movement Newsletter

WELCOME! I am so excited to share my journey of rebirth with you. Being a healer, an organizer and human rights activists for the past 13 years didn’t save me from having to go within and look at who i had become and the past that shaped me. In fact, the more i fought for justice the more i knew it was imperative for me to do the internal work necessary or it would get to the point where i could not stand for, by or with anyone not even myself. So for the past 5 years I have been on journey of self healing, forgiving, letting go, and finding my purpose.
As I crossed paths with other sisters I realized that we where all on the same journey. Learning how to powerfully exist in the face of the many wars, genocide, violence within our homes, our organizations and within movements. Five years later, I realize that my purpose is to make sure that women like me on the front lines, leaders, executive directors, organizers, healers, social workers, artist, mothers, daughters, grandmothers never have to go through that journey alone and definitively not without option or tools to take care of themselves along the journey.

So, I created In Bold Rebirth where I make myself available as a consultant , a visionary coach and a sister supporting communities in identifying dis-ease in our minds, bodies and spirit as the imapct of and manifestion of institutional racism, homophobia,classism, sexism and xenophobia and their impact on our mental, spiritual, emotional and physical health.I am available to providing training’s, workshops, personal and organizational counseling that supports ending violence in our lives and within movements.

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