I Define ME!
When God Tells You To Walk, Run Like The Wind, For You Are Guaranteed To Fly!
Tracie Berry-McGhee, M.Ed., LPC is the Founder of the SistaKeeper Empowerment Center, a therapist, mentor, motivational speaker, and author known as DivineTea. A native of St. Louis, MO, she attended the University of Missouri-St. Louis where she received her Masters of Education in Counseling in 1998 and her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 1990. She has self-published books, poetry books, journals and curricula for girls ages 8-18, focusing on defining who they are, having a voice and walking in their purpose. She has also published a therapeutic poetry book for women.
In 2004, she founded the SistaKeeper Empowerment Center in her basement in the Ferguson-Florissant community, which has become an international nonprofit for girls throughout St. Louis as well as New Mexico, Africa, Jamaica and Germany.
In her private practice Imani Therapy, a wellness center for women and girls, she provides counseling, speaks at school engagements, and facilitates symposiums, retreats and workshops. Her mission is to encourage young women to find their purpose through motivational speaking in local, national, and global communities.
As a social entrepreneur, she travels the country speaking about self-awareness, body image, anti-bullying, literacy, celebrating sisterhood and how to make a difference in your community.
Tracie is a member of the American Counseling Association, the Alliance of Black Mental Health Professionals and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., Saint Louis Metropolitan Alumnae Chapter. She is also a Non-Violence Ambassador for the King Center.
Her journey has led her to be an expert therapist for Fox 2 News, Majic 104.9, 1390 THE Woman, and host the online radio talk show the SoulFlower Sista Hour, including the Cup of Therapy motivational minutes for women through iHeart Radio, and the I'm a Keeper Poetry for girls radio podcast. In 2016, she launched the SistaKeeper Show, a television talk show for teen girls which focuses on teen issues, declaring "I Define ME!"
Tracie is dedicated to traveling the world empowering women and girls to continuously sow seeds locally, nationally and globally.
Nia means purpose in Swahili, Group means coming together collectively and STL represents our base in St. Louis, MO. It encompasses Prevention, Intervention and Awareness, focused on the issues that impact women and teen girls.