Little Ava was raised in a poor and rural part of Jamaica, often skipping school to earn money for food and necessities. Her intuitive inner compass carried her into adolescence, where she then experienced sexual abuse and incest. Reaching young adulthood, she was held at gunpoint. Fearful for her future she decided to flee the country that begot her.
Rather than internalise the victim label, Ava chose to use her painful experiences to drive a new focus and purpose. She resurrected and became a stronger, resilient, and self-reliant. She made peace with the inner demons haunting her; choosing grace over anger and defeat.
Ava Eagle Brown now holds two MBAs and a Doctorate in Humanity. She is an inspiring coach for business leaders and was the ambassador for Evolve. Evolve is a homelessness and community support charity, that makes a real difference to 2000 people each year in and around London. Moreover, she is planning to start a charity called Jamaica Safe Home For Girls, which will seek to establish a residence for young girls, victims of abuse and poverty, who need shelter and help.
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