Biography

About Lacey

With mantra’s like “Because I am sacred”, “Celebrate HER Now!” and Cr8 Ur Own Reality,”

Lacey C. Clark! is a millennial women’s empowerment specialist. She is an award-winning speaker, author, life coach and expert in solving the communications challenges between younger and older.  Lacey is the CEO and Visionary behind Sisters’ Sanctuary, a holistic empowerment company for women and teen girls that was inspired by the harmful effects of media. Her insights heal wounds and bridge the gap created by our changing culture. She has shared stages and platforms with, Dr. Maya Angelou, Jill Scott, Hill Harper, Dr. Sonia Sanchez, Les Brown, and Dr. Robin Smith of the Oprah Winfrey show. Lacey! has over 16 years of experience in empowering youth and adults.

A graduate of the prestigious New York University, Lacey holds a B.F.A. in film and television. In addition, she is an NYU Founder’s Scholar and recipient of the William H. Cosby Future Filmmakers Award.

Lacey’s professional career includes working in the Development Department of Spike Lee’s 40 Acres and a Mule and teaching abroad in Ghana, West Africa at the National Film and Television Institute.

With over 300 successful keynotes and presentations delivered since 2002, Lacey C. Clark!’s message of self-love has reached millions of women, young and old. She was invited to present Sisters’ Sanctuary™ at the World Federation of Mental Health Biennial Conference in Melbourne, Australia in February 2003.

Lacey C. Clark! has created various signature events such as the, The Phenomenally U Summit for Mothers and Teen Daughters and Fathers and Teen daughters, The Sisters’ Sanctuary Inner BeauTea Party™, The Worldwide Self-Love Holiday (13th Day of every month), The Annual Community Celebration- The 13 Days of Self–love (February 1-13) and The Sisters’ Sanctuary Summer Self-love Celebration. She has authored, The workbook/journal, Celebrate HER Now!, The Sisters’ Sanctuary Self-love 101 Curriculum, The 5 Disc Collection, Healing the Gap, The Phenomenal Philes and the forthcoming Documentary, “..And in Search of My Phenomenal.”

Sisters’ Sanctuary™ has also partnered with Jill Scott’s Blues Babe Foundation and has consulted with such agencies as, The United Way, The Philadelphia School District, Job Corps., Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Temple University, Keystone Mercy Health Plan and The American Cancer Society just to name a few.

Her message has been seen in Heart and Soul Magazine, The New York Amsterdam News, The Philadelphia Inquirer and BET. She has been heard on Radio One and Clear Channel Radio. Currently, she is a contributing writer to such publications such as The Philadelphia Weekly, AfroElle Magazine and a national columnist at Rolling Out.

Lacey C. Clark! has won numerous awards and has been celebrated by local and state politicians from Philadelphia to California for her powerful leadership abilities. In the winter of 2007, Clear Channel Radio recognized her as an Unsung Shero. Her hobbies include people watching, spa going, and dancing to inspirational house music.

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What People Are Saying!

    Sisters' Sanctuary's "Phenomenally U Program Proves Transformational for Young Sisters" -Rolling Out

    "U are phenomenal! Thankful for the work that you do! #blessed #purposedriven" Emmy Nominated Host (NBC), Lori Wilson

    "Great work you are doing Lacey!" -Fatin Dantzler, One Half of Kindred the Family Soul

    " My girlfriends and I attended Phenomenally U . I was so impressed. You touched on so many issues that I preach about to these teens as well as older women. This event was just confirmation to my soul. I really don't have much to say but you did an AWESOME JOB!" - C. Parker

    " I really enjoyed how we actually learned that Reality TV isn't real and how girls alter themselves to be like them. Girls think that it's alright to have sex and fight. That's not ladylike. Girls are not respecting themselves and I learned that from Phenomenally U." -A.J., 13 yrs

    "You did a Phenomenal Job! All girls of all ages should be hearing what you have to say. It is crucially important that they listen and take in this nutrition for the body, mind, spirit, soul and heart." -C. Carissa Parks


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The Documentary, "...And in Search of my Phenomenal."