Maranda Evans is a conqueror of adversity and a motivator for others. Despite having an absentee father, surviving abuse, and managing mental illness, Maranda is dedicated to helping others turn their pain into purpose by using her gift of writing and encouragement. . .
Maranda works as a self-employed accountant and holds a Masters of Business Administration in Accounting from Texas Southern University as well as a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from Sam Houston State University.
Maranda embraced her gift of writing and an act of extreme courage when she published her first book, Troubled, in November 2015 by releasing to the world the details of her troubled life as a teenager...
Filled with a spirit of love and heart for service, Maranda believes her God-given purpose is to encourage teens, both men and women who are dealing with trials similar to her experiences. She speaks on topics including, but not limited to, mental illness, self-esteem, love, family, spirituality, abuse, and the importance of recognizing your purpose. Her positive energy and empowering spirit engages with the audience in any setting. You just say when and where and Maranda takes it from there.
Founded and incorporated on October 5, 2016 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, The Troubled Movement, Inc. is dedicated to enriching and encouraging teens and young adults using spiritual and educational programs, events, and activities. The Movement also supports victims of abuse and mental illness with their program, Heroes & Survivors. Maranda is the President and Founder of this organization and believes that her vision is to help others move from the “troubled” stage in their lives to triumphant victory.