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Eileen Rosete is a marriage and family therapist (MSMFT), yoga instructor, and mama. She added the role of entrepreneur to her list when she launched Our Sacred Women in 2016 - a social enterprise dedicated to offering specialty gifts that help women feel seen, valued, and honored. She is passionate about helping people connect meaningfully with themselves and others, and in doing so, cultivate healing moments of witnessing and being witnessed.

Brown Girls Rising is a partnership with Nylon Espanol to elevate the conversation of feminist action, leadership, community involvement, and culture.

"You'll recognize that helping others, helps you." - Eileen Rosete

 In this episode, we chat with Founder of Our Sacred Women, Eileen Rosete about the importance of what we are bringing to the world. Eileen talks about how sometimes you find solace in helping others.

“The things that we are trying to offer the world, are often times things we’re working on in our lives. You’re not just helping others but you'll recognize that helping others, helps you.”

 Also, Eileen talks about what inspired her to start a business that empowers women but, also reflects the values of the culture she was raised in.

“I wanted to be more of a bridge builder. Women are sacred, to me, is hopefully a platform where people of all walks of life can get on board with.”

 Audrey talks about how yoga helped her in a time of need and how she started Worthy Women from a place of healing.

"Someone’s healing is waiting on your revealing." - Audrey Bellis

 This episode, Brown Girls Rising Episode 18, can be found at or on iTunes.

 This episode was recorded in sunny Downtown Los Angeles at Maker City LA.