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Founder: Brianna Mims


We create spaces for people to explore themselves. We believe that the commitment to the process of understanding ourselves is the catalyst for authentic power and individual sovereignty.



Through workshops, classes, and events we use movement, meditation, conversation, and art as a tool for self-exploration.


The goal of this program is personal development and mindfulness. We want people to explore their internal state and past experiences apropos their current state of thoughts, perceptions, and physical actions.



Present: The Salvation Army ( Jacksonville, FL), Union Rescue Mission (Los Angeles, California), Malabar Elementary (Los Angeles, CA)

Past: Stepping Stones Children Partial Program (Philadelphia, PA)



Phone: (904) 400-0948


Instagram: @sarahsincorporated

Facebook: Sarah’s Foundation Inc

USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance

"USC Kaufman BFA junior Brianna Mims has found more ways than one to apply her dance training and education—this year, on top of appearing in an Herbal Essences campaign and performing in d. Sabela Grimes’ 'The Electrogynous Experience,' she both designed and implemented a pilot outreach program for students at Malabar Street Elementary in Boyle Heights, where she teaches dance class once a week.

Movement is 'a fun way to expose children to people, perspectives, and ways of being that they might have never been exposed to,' Mims said. With her guidance, fifth graders at Malabar not only explore movement principles, but also answer questions and participate in open discussion. Steps and rhythms are more concrete–they can be taught with counts and shapes–but she uses them in class to communicate less tangible concepts like courage and beauty.

Mims works with students to explore their weekly curriculum through a different lens. She incorporates..." READ MORE

Homelessness in Los Angeles

USC Dornsife - POSC 395 Research Project

In the POSC 395 California Policy Research Internship, students work collaboratively with community partners to develop policy solutions to real world challenges.

Spring 2018, in partnership with the Office of Los Angeles Councilmember Paul Krekorian, Unruh Institute research interns evaluated the current homelessness crisis in Los Angeles County. They took an in-depth look at current programs and services provided and proposed policy recommendations. They also looked at effective programs in Northern California, the United States, and internationally and compared them to the current L.A. programs.

USC Students: Lauren Jacobs, Mechelle Philip, Jose Gutierrez, Amanda Feiwell, Brianna Mims, and Grace Steele


USC Vice Provost Luncheon

NAACP 28th Annual MLK Breakfast