About Dara Nichole

Dara Nichole Walker is an Author, Speaker, Inspirational Blogger, and advocate for teens and young adults. Her published works include “She Is, But He Ain’t”, “Called Out”, “The Urban Girls Guide to Etiquette” and her newest release “In his Shadow”.
Mrs. Walker loves to work with youth, and understands what they need from young adults such as herself; support, understanding, wisdom, and love.
Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, She has worked with various youth and women organizations in the metro Detroit area assisting in developing programs and activities to build their self-esteem, facilitate group discussions, and provide resources and opportunities for them to develop their gifts and talents.
The MBA graduate has worked with organizations such as The King-Chavez-Parks Program, the Summer Incentive Program out of Eastern Michigan University, Urban Butterfly Ministries, and has been on many radio shows such as “Politics and Life” On 107.5 FM, “Strictly Gospel” On 89.3 FM, “Sports and Faith” on AM 1500, and a myriad of other blog talk shows. Her mission is to reach as many young women as possible to help them to understand their worth, and develop a healthy self image. She started her own non-profit “The Urban Rose Foundation” in 2012 which assists young girls between the ages of 12-18 on life skills, interview and resume preparation as well as financial and etiquette training.
“Once we convey to young women who they are and their true value, they will start to understand their worth, and really start to walk in the things they truly desire for their lives.”
Mrs. Walker also advocates the word of God, and believes that it can change any situation:
“With the Word of God as your aid, you can move mountains, and assist people in changing their lives forever.”

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