Kenya K. Stevens is a love expert, life coach, best-selling author and wife of 16 years. Kenya attended Howard University in Washington D.C. where she graduated in 1997 with a degree in Education/ Child Psychology. Not only did she scoop up a degree, but she also met and married a fellow Howard student Carl Stevens. They now live between North Carolina and Manhattan raising three children.
Beyond formal degrees, Kenya was formally trained in yoga, breathing, meditation, and metaphysical thought for over ten years. They used these ideals to formulate their unique coaching style. In 2005, Kenya co-founded JujuMama LLC with her husband Carl. Using the skills and service they refined for years, The Progressive Love Movement was formulated in 2010 after coaching couples and saving marriages since JujuMama's inception.
Kenya is able to reach individuals deeply, supporting them in creating harmonious relationships, and achieving life desires. Utilizing JujuMama LLC's success, Kenya and her husband Carl plan to expand the practice and reach as many couples as possible – Carl and Kenya believe Progressive Love can save the modern relationship. With a flailing 55% divorce rate, the pair is sure we need new alternatives.
Kenya K Stevens wrote her first book in 2008 – Change Your Man – a sister volume to her husband's book – Tame Your Woman. She and her husband have since been featured in EBONY Magazine (February 2010 & November 2011), The Mo'Nique Show 2010, The Michael Baisden Show 2011, Fox News 2010, and over 100 Talk Radio shows… She and her husband Carl Stevens were also featured on Charlotte Burley for THE TURN ON, Fox News, ABC News, The Bill Cunningham Show, and over 175 National Radio shows, worldwide, including The Michael Baisden Show.
Creator of The 30 Minute Orgasm, Gender Harmonics and the Three Way Mirror Process for couples – This couple is taking the media by storm and saving thousands marriages along the way. Kenya embraces the humanity in us all… and bring an expanded view of love to the lives of millions suffering from unfulfilling relationships.
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