Engaging a Generation
A college professor, author, and mother. with two Masters and working on her doctorate in English and Rhetoric, Chalet Jean-Baptiste has an inspiring life history overcoming sexual abuse, healing through a marriage full of infidelity, divorce, and her journey as a single mother of three children. As a Black woman living in the United States, Chalet has experienced and witnessed racial inequities and systemic racism growing up in the predominantly Black area of Bedford-Stuyvesant in Brooklyn, NY. Jean-Baptiste’s firm grasp on real-life struggles, pain, and disappointment combined with her genuine understanding of the human spirit has made her relatable to audiences around the world.
Written and published
award winning books
years as a professor
Inspiring Change in Future Leaders
What Do We Do After Protesting?
Love Never Loses
Listen to Chalet
Chalet has been a guest on over 30 podcasts, including:
Chalet is the epitome of a Lightworker; someone who transmutes pain into teachings to help people. My audience is still talking about her contagious energy today!