Who is Taking Care of You? How Can You Conquer the World if You Don't Have Your Health?

Short introduction about women as caregivers as well as queens of everything, but who is taking care of YOU while you’re taking care of everything and everyone else? How did we get here and how can we change the narrative?

Define self-care, outline types of self-care, and provide a live quiz/poll question:
E.G. How well are you caring for yourself?

3 points to cover: 1) Reasons for why we don’t take care of ourselves FIRST (e.g. societal constructs, demands of life, guilt, etc.)  2) General and simple lifestyle changes to optimize wellbeing  3) How we can change our narrative for a more healthful existence.

Raye Clendening

Justice Naccarato

In addition to my degrees in Human Development from Penn State University and Public Health Education from the University of North Carolina Greensboro, I hold certifications in Complementary Alternative Medicine, Traditional Naturopathy, and Clinical Thermography, and am a member of the American Herbalists Guild.

Beyond these certifications, I am always striving to attain the most knowledge possible to help my clients; I am currently pursuing a doctorate in Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine at Pacific College of Health and Science San Diego, and pride myself on being a strong advocate for women and their health and wellbeing.


$79 for Adults - $49 for Youth (Under 18)
March 28, 2020 8am-3pm


The North County African American Women’s Association (NCAAWA) is an all inclusive non-profit, 501(c)(3) volunteer organization located in North San Diego County.