Our Team

Nicholah

Founder Sisters Healing Space

I am a Black African woman from Zimbabwe living in Australia. I am a professional working as a Clinician. I have a Bachelor of Social Science, pursuing a Master of Social Work specializing in Mental Health.

Having lived abroad, I have faced racial discrimination and injustice as well as stigmatization of mental health within the Black/African community.

I am a survivor of childhood trauma, sexual assault and domestic violence. My healing journey has not been easy because I never felt truly understood. I have been through therapy and found myself having to explain my struggles of being a black woman in Australia. I longed to talk to someone whom I can relate to as a Black African woman. After a while, I was able to connect with a therapist who understands me and is supporting me through my healing journey.

I desired to help other women experiencing similar situations; this sparked Sisters Healing Space. I hope you find this platform as a safe space to discuss mental health and empower your healing journey!

Majeda Beatty

Majeda Beatty

Sisters Healing Space Ambassador

Majeda Beatty is a Vocalist/Songwriter, Dancer & Actor who is a proud advocate for her Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander & African American peoples & communities.

Introduced to the performing arts industry through her parents, she began working professionally at age 5, gaining exposure as a Top 12 contestant on X factor (2015), starring in Australia’s first indigenous teen drama, Ready For This (2016) and hosting ABCMe’s News To Me musical segment she went on to appear on TV shows such as Wham Bam Thank You Ma’am (2017), SBS’s On The Ropes (2018) & The Let Down (2019).

Majeda works as an indigenous educator, sharing her Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander culture through song and dance with a passion for intersectional Black Activism and creating spaces for Black voices.

Rumbiie Mudzengi

Rumbiie Mudzengi

Sisters Healing Space Ambassador

Rumbiie Mudzengi is a holistic entrepreneur, owner of AnakaGlam a make up line that’s also runs a social initiative.

Anaka & Co which focuses on empowering women through workshops, events and networking .

She is a Women as well as a Minority empowerment speaker, advocate who works with Multicultural and Mental Heath organisations to facilitate programs that empower women from all walks of life, including WOC in particular.