Coach Bri Nichols is a Serial Entrepreneur, Public Speaker, and Business Consultant specializing in business startup, branding, and effective communication. Coach Bri’s initiatives include but are not limited to founding a nonprofit organization, Resilient Roses Respite Corp (RRR). This organization, created pre-COVID-19, extends support to youth and the community with confidence boosting education that is relevant, uplifting, and hopeful even after the global pandemic.
Coach Bri’s activism thrives in the mission of other brands; Arose From Concrete (Clothing Brand), Stamped by ABCDE (All Bri Can Drink + Eat Food Reviews), Preneur (Tech Investment) and Coach Bri Nichols (Business Consulting) which provides coaching to assist individuals with starting and/or developing their business. Coach Bri has helped countless individuals Learn Successful Habits In Transition to build resilience in business. Coach Bri is transparent on what processes help best to build the most successful set of organization skills. Giving you an inside and sincere look on the consistency needed to run a successful business and or organization, given the opportunity, Coach Bri can prepare you for the highs and lows of success.
A reputable ability to raise funds, organize, and ensure the legal legitimacy of business, gives Bri has the potential to be your best asset. Coach Bri’s deep understanding of forced independence can help you Turn Your Stress Into Success. With the utility belt of adversity management, personal/business consultation, and effective communication, Coach Bri can help you build that bridge to a better life. Consulting with Coach Bri in any capacity will allow personal access to someone who has seen personal success and helped facilitate communal success.
Coach Bri’s philosophy remains, “I can’t guarantee instant success, but I can guarantee instant progress!”
Bri Nichols of DARRC Coalition, an activist and former candidate for Brockton's Ward 7's City Council seat, said the case shows why the city needs a civilian review board with subpoena power.
“Today, where we are almost 60 years removed from his speech, we’re still not as free as we could be,” said coach Bri Nichols, a member of the DARRC Coalition of Brockton.
Five years ago, Bri Nichols left the third homeless shelter she had lived in with her daughter and started on her path to self-sufficiency.
Although Brockton students returned to school virtually, Bri Nichols wanted to make sure students felt ready for the new school year... through her nonprofit Resilient Roses Respite Corp., put together a community event — Look The Part For Remote Start!
Bri Nichols, a young activist known locally on social media as Coach Bri, said she organized the event as a way to “rebuild relations” between Black youth in Brockton and a police department whose budget and operations they’re hoping to bring under closer control of the community.
Four years ago, Brockton resident Bri Nichols was homeless and pregnant. Now, she’s supporting herself and her daughter, and giving back to others who are struggling.