A first-of-its-kind digital platform designed to empower Black women to advocate for the health of themselves and their families across life stages.

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Do you want to advocate for Black Women's Health Equity?  Share your story on your social channels / LinkedIn using #ShesGoodForReal and/or tag  For each video shared, we will donate $10* to a non-profit organization highlighted by Tatyana Ali, our Community Ambassador. *up to $10,000

*Videos shared may be used on program marketing materials.


In partnership with Everyday Health, the platform will have an addressable audience of millions of Black women in America, with that number growing year over year.

She’s Good was born out of a need for Black women and mothers to have a reliable source of relevant healthcare information designed for their unique needs amid a plethora of misinformation and lack of access to fair medical treatment.


More likely to die from pregnancy-related causes

(Source: CDC)


More likely to be diagnosed with diabetes

(Source: US Office of Minority Health)


Less likely to seek treatment for mental health issues

(Source: NIH)


Of Black Women's income is spent on family care - 2X higher than white women

(Source: NIH)

Maternal Health

Black women in America have a 3x higher chance of dying in childbirth than white women - regardless of socio-economic status. A myriad of systemic and societal issues have led to this crisis and advocating for Black women’s maternal health is more important than ever.

Chronic Conditions

For many chronic conditions including breast cancer, heart disease and diabetes, Black women have a higher mortality rate, later diagnosis and less access to care.  Helping them advocate for their own health and the health of their community is crucial to address this crisis.

Balanced Living

Black women are half as likely to seek mental health help than white women.  They are also more likely to neglect caring for themselves so they can care for others. This pillar also speaks to multigenerational audiences, with a core topic area focused on peri/ menopause and addressing the fact that Black women begin menopause earlier with more severe symptoms than white women.


Black families are tight knit units. Matriarchs are typically the first point of care prior to a doctor's visit, so supporting them is key to supporting communities. Providing Black women with ways to empower their loved ones to advocate for each other's health, will also help them better advocate for her when she needs them most.  Whether it's managing the cost of healthcare, caring for aging parents or building their family's legacy, it truly takes a village.

Community Ambassador

Tatyana Ali

With a career spanning 40 years, NY born Tatyana Ali is a Broadway-trained actress, singer, writer, producer, activist and Harvard University graduate. Ali has appeared in television, film and theatrical projects throughout her life, including Sesame Street, the Pulitzer Prize winning Broadway production of “Fences,” the iconic comedy series The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”, “The Young and the Restless,” Disney’s“Glory Road” and a growing collection of holiday and dramatic films for Lifetime TV. She can currently be seen recurring on ABC’s award-winning hit comedy series, “Abbott Elementary.” The 5-time NAACP Image Award winner, Harvard Aspiring Minority Business Leader and Black Girls Rock! honoree, was named one of most beautiful women in the world by People Magazine en Español and People Magazine. 

Ali has spent most of her life as an advocate engaging in humanitarian and policy efforts. A recipient of the Humanitarian and Arts award from the Western Poverty Law Center in 2022, she works to advance Black maternal health and reproductive justice and published an op-ed in Essence magazine entitled “Birthright”. During the 2008 and 2012 presidential campaigns, she served as a surrogate for President Obama, speaking to communities across the country about voting as an imperative and worked to promote the Affordable Care Act.

Tatyana recently launched her non-profit Baby Yams ( dedicated to supporting Black Women's Maternal Health and providing them with the care they deserve. Group Black is proud to be one of the first donors to this important cause.

Tatyana resides in California with her husband and two sons.

Community Ambassador

Alencia Johnson

Alencia Johnson is a cultural commentator, author, political advisor, and social impact leader at the intersection of social justice and culture change, cultivating over a decade of experience marrying cultural cornerstones -- advocacy, politics, corporate and entertainment -- together to achieve justice. As Founder and Chief Impact Officer of 1063 West Broad — a social impact consultancy specializing in the intersection of culture, impact and purpose — Alencia connects brands, organizations and people to mission driven solutions. 
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