Joey Dlamini is a parenting expert with a heart and message that we should normalise the imperfect journey of parenting. Parents love her candid and practical advice that they use to not only challenge themselves but also connect with their children. She believes in the power of having real honest conversations in safe spaces. Joey is a qualified social worker and founder of Beaccentuated, a non-profit that provides a space where all genders can thrive. Joey has learned the value of parenting with compassion and connection through her own childhood experiences and now as a mother of three.
Joey’s dedication, hard work and determination to raise well-rounded, confident children inspired her to write her very first book The Teen Top 25: Foundational Life Lessons for a Thriving Journey to Adulthood. The book aims to start conversations between parents and children as they learn from each other and walk this journey together. As a mother she believes it is important to heal from any past hurts and not forget yourself while also taking care of your children.
What Joey brings to the fellowship is a willingness to heal and grow with other moms.