Nikeya Sharp


Accessibility and stigma are the biggest barriers to obtaining mental health and wellness resources. I wanted to create a space where people could talk freely about health and wellness as well as get coaching, advice, and education on health and wellness resources.  I take a personable approach to all my clients, identifying exactly what their needs are, where they want to go, and helping them to bridge the gap.


  • Master of Science in Education, M.S.E.

  • QPR Certified Trainer, Suicide Prevention

  • Green Dot Trainer, Bystander Intervention

  • 5 years, Advocacy and Crisis Intervention

  • Wellness & Support Specialist




University of Dayton


Wright State University

Specialized Experience

During my time at University of Dayton I earned a Master's Degree in Higher Education Administration with a focus in Student Development.  While studying, I worked as a Graduate Assistant  specializing in Crisis Intervention, Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Education, and Student Conduct.  I also served as an Adjunct Professor for an undergraduate Academic Intervention course.

During my time a Wright State University I studied Criminal Justice and worked extensively with incarcerated youth within Montgomery County Juvenile Court.  It was during this time that I developed my passion for Servant Leadership while supporting others in times of crisis.

I specialize in one-on-one crisis support and intervention, as well as large student/staff trainings and public speaking engagements with topics including but not limited to: Suicide Prevention, Crisis Intervention, Alcohol and Other Drugs, Mental health and wellness and Student Development. 

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