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Introducing The Fenway Cohort Class of 2023

Welcome to The Fenway, where we believe that the best experiences are those that embrace inclusivity, value every individual, and celebrate the freedom to be authentically ourselves.

We’re so excited to have the opportunity to bring our Cohort Program back for its second season, and we’re grateful to each and every one of you who took the time to apply and share your program concept with us.

Now, the moment we’ve been waiting for – let’s meet this year’s cohorts and find out what they’ll be hosting in The Fenway this season. From cultural festivals and a family law resource fair, to mindful meditations and a hip-hop meets wellness experience, there’s an incredible variety of events to participate in.

Lipstick & Lyrics

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Travel Through Music

A Berklee College Music alum, founder Safiya Leslie inspires people to explore the world and connect with other cultures through music. Safiya’s passion for promoting cultural understanding through music is extraordinary and is changing the world, one note at a time.

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Purple Produce 2.0

This fall, Purple Produce 2.0, will bring a colorful blend of experiences together to celebrate Black-owned businesses in the wellness sector while immersing people in the essence of some of the key elements of Hip-Hop. Join us for a vibrant day of community, featuring rotating DJ sets, live performances, self-care activities, live art and local wellness vendors.

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Mindful moments in The Fenway

Join Elizabeth Lynne on a journey of serenity and self-discovery as she guides you through mindfulness meditation techniques. Prepare to find inner peace and embrace the beauty of the present moment.

A former public school educator, Elizabeth began transitioning out of the classroom towards Holistic Wellness certification in 2020. Since that time, she has become a Certified Mindfulness Meditation Instructor, a Full Spectrum Doula, Childbirth Educator, yogini and a lifelong plant ally.

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Family L.A.W Fair: legal & wellness resources for MA families

Having experienced years of trauma herself and needing a career change, Wendy Grace, founder of Grace Legal Support Services, decided to intern for a small law firm. There, she dove deeper into her passion to serve minority communities and saw first hand the impact that attorneys make in the lives of the families within those communities. Wendy also noticed the challenges that many attorneys faced with managing their workload, which then led her to form Grace Legal Support Services, where she and her team specialize in providing professional and specialized virtual paralegal service without the overhead costs to the attorney or firm.

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