Building My Table, LLC is a community consultant firm offering a broad range of services for individuals and the community to empowering them to develop themselves to reach their full potential of becoming the best of themselves that they can be. We strive to become a recognized partner and leader in the community for providing tools and support needed to fulfilling individual and community needs for one to build one’s table. Building Your Table motivational journal, along with the other products, such as candles and intentional oils, are handcrafted to inspire mental, physical, and spiritual wellness.
Our vision is that Building My Table, LLC will help break personal and professional barriers in individuals and the community through workshops, groups, and programs. We strive to support one to build their table as an individual, family, and community. We work towards building the community by providing practical training for community agencies (establishing and maintaining boundaries when interacting when providing services to the community, reducing compassion fatigue, creating realistic goals, etc.). Building Your Table motivational journal will be a training tool to aid in managing self-care. The products that we handcraft will go hand in hand with our mission and values.
Building My Table, LLC promotes personal and community empowerment through workshops and programs consisting of topics including mind/ body/ spiritual Wellness and empowerment, parenting support, and finding your niche to supporting your future. Building My Table, LLC, further provide resources for community development.
Building My Table, LLC further promotes services providers and Community Agencies the ability to engage with members of the community effectively. Furthermore, increase staff morale, self-care, reducing compassion fatigue and burn out
Carman Wilkins is a native of Washington, DC, mother of 3 children, and author of "Building Your Table" motivational journal. Carman grew up in a single-parent household dealing with many generational obstacles. Her family plays a vital role in the Ward 7 community. Carman worked and engaged in the community with clients who are experiencing generational cycles, such as relying on governmental assistance, limited housing. Minimum to no employment, parenting, and inadequate education, mental health barriers, lack of financial literacy, and many other societal barriers. Carman received her Bachelor’s of Psychology from Johnson C Smith University (2003) then went on to obtain her Master’s of General Studies in Human Behavior at Capella University (2015). She is currently working towards her Ph.D. in General Studies in Human Behavior at Capella. Carman worked with many influential agencies in the mental health and housing field as a Case Manager and Housing program manager. Carman decided to venture out and become more effective in the community by starting Building My table to break the barriers by empowering the residents as well as providing practical training for community agencies engaging with the residents to build their table of success.