“No significant learning occurs without a relationship.” 
— Ruby Payne

Thecia Jenkins is an international emotional intelligence expert that is hired by non-profits and small businesses globally to teach the power of managing yourself so that you can increase self-confidence, self-awareness and reinvent yourself to prepare for those moments of pivoting in the midst of disruption.   She helps organizations manage relationships with their teams, clients and stakeholders to foster engagement and retain a sustainable workforce and repeat clients leading to “BOLD” outcomes and profit.

She has been training, coaching and consulting in the areas of law enforcement, criminal justice, healthcare, education, victim advocacy, and faith-based organizations.

Thecia is a sought-after speaker and facilitator because she has an innate ability to “connect” with those working on the frontline in service based organizations all the way to the C-Suite so that a client focused culture is built that empowers all stakeholders.

She is passionate about diversity, equity and inclusion and has successfully created programs addressing violence against women, cultural competence and interpersonal communication.

In 2018, Thecia consulted with Addison International Center for Emotional Intelligence in Ghana (West Africa) to launch its inaugural summit on emotional intelligence.   She continues to work collaboratively with the organization to provide training and consultation for educators, social service providers and clergy in West Africa, Ghana. 

She was a consultant on “The Book of John Gray” an Oprah Winfrey Network reality show;  as a sexual assault expert.  She has also worked with colleges and universities as a consultant on Title IX related programming.

She is on a mission to equip professionals in non-profit and small business to leverage their individual and collaborative strengths to meet their mission and producing profits.

Thecia Jenkins
Thecia JenkinsSpeaker | Coach | Author




Thecia believes in the power of giving to organizations that work to create equality and opportunity for women impacted by domestic and sexual violence. 

She is also committed to supporting international initiatives to provide education and resources for families.

These are organizations currently supported by Thecia:

www.freshspirit.org – Fresh Spirit For Women

www.tbotw.org – The Bridge Over Troubled Waters, Inc.




Our luncheon speaker was a real ball of fire; she captivated the audience as she described the impact of domestic violence in the workplace. Ms. Jenkins’ manner of presenting the information was very effective in holding the audience’s attention. It was obvious she knew her business and had a real passion for the cause.
Independent Insurance Agents of Houston, Houston Insurance News
This was a great course; I enjoyed the group interaction and the different spin on cultural diversity and looking beyond racial/ethnic issues and recognizing diversity in terms of economics, language, regional difference, and educational status, etc.
Graduate Social Work Student , University of Houston
Your motivational talk, The Fire Inside, was one of the best I have ever heard. Everyone in the audience was captivated. The power and emotion of your voice is a rare talent. Our group was really privileged to hear you speak.
Parrish Nelson Hirasaki, President, Nelson Controls, Inc.
“Ms. Jenkins has the ability to present information in a direct, accurate and respectful manner and encourages interaction and participation through discussion and role-playing activities.”
Rose Hernandez, LMSW , Texas Council on Family Violence
Your workshop was extremely informative. We have received feedback from several attendees who have mentioned that they were not aware of a lot of the information that you provided to them about sexual harassment.
J. Sue Tarver , Department of Housing and Urban Development/Houston Area Office
Congratulations and thank you! Your efforts contributed the huge success of the 5th annual Harris County Hospital District and VIVA Project Domestic Violence Awareness Open House; we estimate that over 450 people participated in this year’s event. Your passionate description of the dynamics of domestic violence was incredibly compelling. Many of the audience members commented on what a terrific presentation you gave.
Joey Weiner Fisher, MD, Baylor College of Medicine