Words change lives.
Our message is the core essence of our mission—they move us to move mountains and are used to build, strengthen and empower.
WHO WE ARE
Born from a story of words misused to inflict pain, Power Speaks Louder is a people strategy using life's challenges to empower, turning adversity and failure into footstools through self-discovery experiences that change lives by The Power of Words.
WHAT WE DO
We provide resources to build self-esteem and emphasize identity with educational activities for at-risk youth, care packages for the homeless and counseling referrals for the mentally ill. We share empowering messages through outreach, podcast, artistic installation experiences, inspirational film and collectible products providing proceeds for PSL programs. Our goal is to reverse the damage of destructive words both internally and externally.
In addition to being the founder/CEO of Power Speaks Louder, visionary B. Hunter adds a host of other accolades to her name. As a designer/creator with over 10 years of experience, B has worked with the likes of Prince, Ryan Leslie, June Ambrose, Eugenia Kim, Victoria's Secret, Steve Madden, and Betsy Johnson. Her editorial work includes HypeBeast, WWD, Complex, SoCal, InStyle, and Joyce Meyer publications.
When B isn't working on design and film, her philanthropic efforts can be felt locally and globally. Drawing inspiration from childhood bullying and depression, B. Hunter's non-profit organization Power Speaks Louder strives to empower, encourage and enrich the lives of all those who are hurting—primarily the homeless and at-risk youth. Her goal and vision is to edify individuals to reach their highest potential so that they too can become collaborative leaders in their community and worldwide.
B. Hunter writes and creates visual art in her spare time and currently resides in Southern California.
VSOF Drown Proof / Swim Clinic Event | Riverside Aquatics Complex
Power Speaks Louder was invited by Olympic Swimmer, Vivian Stancil to be a vendor at the VSOF Drown Proof / Swim Clinic event where Vivian along with other swim coaches taught the Riverside community of all ages drown proofing and water safely techniques to reduce the rate of drowning.
We had the opportunity to engage with our community, collect surveys to address challenges that youth and parents face, and offer PSL branded giveaways.
PSL X Nike Factory Store - Redlands | Team Worth Presentation
Power Speaks Louder partnered with the Nike Factory Store-Redlands on November 12, 2017, for the Walk of Purpose project to not only provide footwear for those in need but to motivate the Nike team to break barriers. In this Team Worth Presentation recap, B. Hunter discusses empathy, purpose and customer service while emphasizing what it means to "maximize every moment with momentum."
Ramona High School | Time Will Reveal Presentation
For Career Day at Ramona High School in Riverside CA., B. Hunter spoke to three class groups of students about how “Time Will Reveal The Real You”. In this presentation, B. Hunter took students on a journey of her life as a young visionary by presenting the video “Closer To My Dreams” where she reenacted her life from painting on Nike shoes to becoming a creative designer. She also shared a timeline that captured all the work she produced as a textile print designer, creative director and footwear designer to give students perspective on how their process to greatness takes time.
Fremont Academy of Engineering and Design | Five Keys To Victory Course
This five-day program was designed to educate and empower the students at Fremont Academy in Pomona, CA., with a key focus on The Power of Words, Identity, Belief, Vision, and Action.
MVUSD Youth Summit | The Power of Words
For the Moreno Valley Unified School District’s Youth Summit event, B. Hunter spoke to a room full of students, teachers and superintendents about the inception of Power Speaks Louder, Identity, Belief, Vision, Action and “The Power of Words”. B. Hunter’s charismatic presentation connected with the audience through her getting into character to portray how one should respond to slaying adversity, requesting the DJ to play a familiar song for her to dance to, as well as gifting a student in the audience with her shirt that read “Your Story Isn’t Over Yet”.