Welcome, Hi there!
I am Dr. Nishaun T. Battle, consultant and coach, professor, author, mentor, and podcast host. It is my passion and purpose to help women in academia, understand the magnitude of how they can use their advanced degrees, creative ideas, and unique skill set to design the life/work balance lifestyle they want and deserve.
It is my strong belief that it is no accident that you and I have crossed paths. Perhaps it was a social media post that resonated with you, something I said on a podcast episode, or my written work, but whatever the reason may be, my goal is to educate and empower you, to increase your comfortability and understanding of the relationship between wealth and wellness in your life. If you are finally ready to have your expertise, knowledge, and advanced graduate degree work for you, so that you can shape and elevate your lifestyle to the next level, you are in the right place!
Work With Me
Dr. Nishaun Battle’s coaching and consulting services is dedicated to high achieving women, with a particular emphasis on centering women in academia.
Areas of Expertise
- Personal Branding
- Self-Care and Wellness
- Confidence Building
- Establishing Vision and Niche
- Creative Direction & Storytelling
- Thriving on Tenure Track
- Team & Culture Development
- Network & Like-minded Group Building
- Youth Based Non-Profit Consultations
– Small Group Coaching
– Executive level 1 on 1 coaching
– Group Wellness & Writing Retreats & Workshops
– Program Development and Evaluation
– Wellness Consultations
I am clear on my position that life should not be lived in a box. Inner peace and happiness is vital to our being, and self-imposed limitations only maintains unwarranted stagnation.
Areas of Specialization include: Intersectionality, Black Girlhood Studies, Qualitative and Black Feminist Research, Critical Pedagogy, Criminology, Intellectual and Community Activism, Arts-based research, and Focus Groups.
Dr. Battle’s research explores how Black girls’ resilience, resistance, and creative genius impacts their identity, wellness, and understanding of social justice. She is the author of Black Girlhood, Punishment, and Resistance: Reimagining Justice for Black Girls in Virginia.