Conversations with FTGI – Ep.1

Hey girl,

The most inspiring, empowering, encouraging, and equipping moments I have had with For The Girls International this past year have been behind the scenes conversations.

These unstructured and, often, unplanned conversations have spoken to my heart and soul when I needed encouragement and to feel loved and accepted. In these special moments I have found hope and healing.

I found myself wishing I could share the same experience with you.

For the past few months, Tracey (FTGI’s founder) and I have spoken about how we could bring these types of discussions to our community.

Today, I am so excited to bring the first of these Conversations with FTGI to you!

This conversation, between Tracey and I, is about purpose, following God’s direction (even when it looks completely different from what we first planned) and a bit about a struggle we have in common: life with depression!

By sharing these conversations with you every Monday, we hope to be a voice of encouragement and hope for the journey God has you on right now.

If you are in the Tampa Bay Area, we hope to see you in one (or all) of our upcoming events. You can check what we have coming up by clicking here.

Have a blessed week, girl! And don’t ever forget: You are Loved & we are Better Together!



FTGI, Executive Director

Vaine Angelo

Vaine Angelo’s mission is to inspire, empower, and equip people to rise up and position themselves to lead the change they want to see in their life, family, business...the world! Her commitment to this mission defines how she raises her children, navigate her marriage, coach her clients, and serves as the Executive Director of For The Girls International. She holds a Bachelors Degree in Psychology from the University of South Florida and is currently pursuing her Masters Degree. She is also accredited as a life, leadership, and business coach by the International Coaching Federation and is a member of the John C. Maxwell Team. Originally from Brazil, she lives in Tampa, Florida with her husband, two children, mother-in-law, and their Toy Poodle.

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