“You are not average. You are extraordinary.”  An igniter, a visionary, and a global humanitarian, Phoenix White embodies strength, power, and a majestic energy that is rare. A San Diego native, she has turned her trials into triumph and has continually shown others what it’s like to embrace the God within them to let their lights shine and walk within the Power of their own Flow.



Being the best-selling author of “Redefining Strong: A Journey to Finding Yourself, True Healing and Spiritual Recalibration”, Phoenix has helped thousands of women across the US, Africa and Australia take the steps to find their own resilience to rise from the ashes and never give up.  She has received critical acclaim from personalities such as Pat O’Brien and Jeff Johnson. She has taken her gift of inspiring change and coaches others through their own journey of finding themselves again and walking in their divine purpose. Phoenix also speaks at a variety of empowerment conferences. She has received rave reviews as Keynote Speaker for “Survivors with Voices” conference that has created a platform for survivors of abuse to reclaim their voice and find their strength again.




A visionary, Phoenix is a Celebrity Photographer who has shot many covers under her Emkron Studios brand and worked with many a talent within the entertainment industry to bring their vision to life. She is a sought after television personality who has starred on the hit reality series “Match Made in Heaven” on WeTV and hosted “Black Hollywood Live” on Maria Menounos network.

Through her studio, she is a powerhouse that is moving at lightning speed using her Innovative and Creative talents as a highly sought after Television Producer and Director for companies such as; HBO, CMT,  VH1, Glassman Media and We TV and serves as the Executive producer for NBA legend John Salley’s JSP inc.



Phoenix believes in giving back and for the past several years has served as an ambassador for Children Youth and Family Collaborative – Los Angeles (CYFC LA), an organization that services over 10,000 foster and kinship youth, and works closely with several organizations across the country such as Habitat for Humanity, Toys for Tots, St. Bernard Foundation, United Way and many others as a Humanitarian.

Most recently in 2016, she inspired the masses after selling everything she owned; gave up her home to serve in orphanages and poverty stricken areas across Asia for 8 months. While there, she started an organization called “ We Thrive Movement “ where she used her influence to build up orphanages, get clean showers installed, food, backpacks filled with essential items, care packages for single parents, and even funding the college tuition for a young woman who grew up in the orphanage she was living in. All within months upon arrival to Asia.

With all of her accomplishments, Phoenix holds the proudest title of being a mother to an amazingly adorable 11 year old son that you will often see accompanying her as she continues working to empower and inspire those she comes into contact with while staying committed to growing, learning, creating and embracing ‘Walking in Flow.’


  • Caterina Brito December 11, 2014   Reply →

    Are you looking for film stars in an upcoming reality show scheduled to start on Dec 16th ?

  • Marilyn Fitzpatrick December 14, 2014   Reply →

    I am truly touch by your story and I hope that you have great success with your new book.

    • phoenixwhite February 13, 2015   Reply →

      Thank you so much, I really appreciate that! – Phoenix

    • phoenixwhite February 22, 2015   Reply →

      Hi Marilyn,
      Thank you so much xoxo – Phoenix

  • Douglas Edwards January 13, 2015   Reply →


  • fatima February 22, 2015   Reply →

    Just watched mmih and truly you’re the star of the show. You have an air of class and selfawareness around you that inspires me. Now reading a bit on your background, you make me proud to be a woman. Keep going strong and God bless you!

    • phoenixwhite February 22, 2015   Reply →

      Hi Fatima,
      Thank you so much…. I really appreaciate that. I just wanted to be true to myself and not act outside of character and who I was just to be on tv. Thank you for seeing and truly feeling my heart.
      XOXO – Phoenix

  • Vickye February 23, 2015   Reply →

    Phoenix, your book was truly inspiring. I await the movie that will truly be an inspiration as well. Why wouldn’t you produce your own movie? It’s destiny. If you need any extras call me…LOL I truly hope to see your book “Redefining Strong” and another great Author Wanda Wolfe’s Book “Colored Cold” on the screen. These are the only two books I have read and couldn’t put down, unless it was a bathroom or food break. You are truly a lady of many gifts. You make Marriage Made in Heaven worth watching. May God continue to keep you and your child while covering you with his arms of protection from now on. Stay Blessed, and tuned in to that little voice inside.


  • Rodolfo Lopez April 29, 2015   Reply →

    Met You today through The energy program. It was nice talking to you. Thank you for all your advices. I hope we can still be in contact, and i wish you the best luck with your book. Thank you.

    • phoenixwhite April 30, 2015   Reply →

      Awww it was great to meet you too…

  • Denise Merchant May 3, 2015   Reply →

    Redefining Strong is a book that not only takes you through the journey and strength of Phoenix White’s life, it also helps you to reflect back on your own life’s journey.

    This book will help to inspire and guide you into your greatness, and encourage you to kerp pushing forward. It will help you to see, that in your weakness, it redefines what being strong really means, and that you are a winner, if you don’t give up. Redefining Strong, encourages you to recognize that about yourself, through the challenges that Phoenix White overcame….An inspirational Reading…

  • Qualece June 25, 2016   Reply →

    Hey Phoenix

    I read your story on your site and I saw you on “Match Made In Heaven”, and I really admire your drive and your ambitions story and your foundations. I two have beenn through a hard struggle and my life has been really a hard one. I have sickle cell disease and I have been on my death bed a few times
    I really been trying to find a way to express my stories out to the worl. Then a couple years ago I was attacked by a man and I would like to talk about that as well. So if you can help me with that I would really appreciate it.

  • Dolores May 26, 2019   Reply →

    Met Phoenix at a Brentu daughter Patrice gave
    Very powerful women!

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