At the tender age of seven, Iconic Woman – Aisha Ferguson, lost her mother to breast cancer. One would think that without the presence of a mother, Aisha would not have learned the valuable lessons in becoming a woman. However; with a strong father figure, supportive family and friends, Aisha learned the value of self respect, self worth, hard work, and compassion towards others. Aisha now inspires and infuses others with the powerful lessons she has learned.
Aisha Ferguson is a published author and Certified Life Coach who holds a Masters Degree in Organizational Leadership from Colorado State University, a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminology from Florida State University, and a Professional Certification in Management Development from Nova Southeastern University.
Aisha works full time as an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Manager. Her responsibilities include managing a team of EEO Investigators to ensure that employees work in an environment free from discrimination and harassment. Aisha also serves as an HR Consultant and Professional Development Trainer to small and medium sized businesses and non-profit organizations. She has always been committed to equal treatment and respect for all people and especially passionate about helping individuals reach their maximum potential – professionally and personally. It is because of this that she started her own business – ICONIC WOMAN, LLC. Through workshops, seminars, individualized and small group coaching; ICONIC WOMAN, LLC inspires others to embark upon a journey of self-discovery, which will aid in their professional and personal character development, emotional intelligence, employability, and marketability.
Aisha is active in various church ministries and in her spare time loves to run, read, and attend sporting events. She is currently working to expand the Iconic Woman brand by establishing a non-profit organization to help women who are recently released from incarceration, develop the soft skills and business acumen that are transferrable across all business industries and resources needed to obtain affordable housing.