“Trance4mation Nation is on a mission to bring healing, comfort, joy, connection and quality of life to our Service Members and their families, past and present,” stated Ms. Robinson.
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New York, NY (PRWEB) December 26, 2014
Trance4mation Nation will visit the NASDAQ MarketSite in Times Square. President and Founder of the non-profit, Trance4mation Nation and CEO and Founder of Trance4mation Games, Leslie Robinson will ring the Closing Bell on Tuesday, December 30, 2014 from 3:45 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.ET. Joining Ms. Robinson will be Veterans representing all branches of the military.
“Trance4mation Nation is on a mission to bring healing, comfort, joy, connection and quality of life to our Service Members and their families, past and present,” stated Ms. Robinson. “We, as an organization, are dedicated to helping our service members and their families to feel they are truly appreciated here on the home front, in tangible ways. What makes us unique as an organization is that we offer multiple ways to heal, celebrate and to strengthen the bonds of military families.”
One such effort is Ms. Robinson’s reintegration communication tool Warrior Spirit Mission Homefront - a communication “game” designed for soldiers and other military personnel and their families and friends. Veterans across all branches of the military herald the game as a valuable and indispensable forum that allows for open communication and reintegration, specifically when soldiers return home after tours of duty away from their families. Another effort is the upcoming “Thank You Challenge” launching nationally on Memorial Day, May 25, 2015. To learn more about this initiative and others, please visit http://www.ThankYouChallenge.org.
Ms. Robinson is a psychotherapist in New York City, where she has also been a consultant for the foster care system for nineteen years. In 2009, Ms. Robinson founded Trance4mation Games, a company formed as the overall company for her Keep It Real brand, Warrior Spirit Mission Homefront and Recharge Beyond the Bars Re-Entry game. She presents and facilitates Diversity workshops at many national conferences, and on college campuses across the nation. Her popular and highly regarded workshops cover diversity and inclusion, leadership development, team building, anti-bullying and staff development, among others. As a Department of Defense Contractor, Leslie has presented at numerous Yellow Ribbon Reintegration programs nationwide. For more information, please call 646-370-5430 or email leslie(at)missionhomefront(dot)com.