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Tanya supports both men and women in discovering the answers toquestions such as: "Who Am I; Where do I go from this point; What do I want from life; What is my outlook about life; What can I do to change my life now?"
Tanya A. Alkhaliq is a black woman of intersex experience who offers support, inspiration, and motivation to those who are in transition. She is also an Ordained Minister and Life Coach and emphasizes counseling while specializing in self-identity development, relationship issues, gender and sexual understandings, spiritual reformations, career choices, young-adult developmental issues, and issues pertaining to fear.
In her experience she is a Counselor, Teacher,
Musician, Minister, and Vocalist.
Some of Tanya's favorite past times are travel, fine dining, opera, symphony, theatre, movies, cooking, hanging with
friends, shopping, reading, and she loves to be outside.
She currently resides in Baltimore, MD where she is developing Phonenix Outreach Services, Inc., Remnant Church, and Manifest Presence Ministries CDC, Inc.
She is the co-Elder of the Hebrew Pentecostal Kehillat of the True and Living G-d and is the 2nd Presider of the Progressive Hebrew Pentecostal Apostolic Deliverance Temples, Inc.
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