Chanel Jasmin Clark is a certified Life Coach and Narcissistic Abuse expert. In 2009, Clark received the honorary Susan B. Anthony Award from the National Organization for Women for her activism in the NYC Fashion Industry. She is also a survivor of narcissistic abuse and has managed to turn her pain into purpose for the sake of helping others escape emotionally abusive relationships. She has now devoted her time to conducting national tours to hold support group meetings for victims of domestic violence.
Clark began her educational and media studies at HBCU, Grambling State University. She transferred to New York City and later completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communications at SUNY Empire State College, and a Master’s degree in Media Management at the Metropolitan College of New York. She is now pursuing a Doctorates in Addiction Psychology.
In 2018, Clark published her first book: “The Spiritual Whistleblower’s Break-Up Manual Volume 1: How to Defeat a Narcissist” and “The Glow Up Manual.” Clark released five more books at the end of 2020: "Go to Hell Jezebel: A Male’s Guide to Identifying the Female Narcissist," "Mother Made You Mother Fuck You: How to Identify Toxic Men with Mommy Issues," "My Loosh Journal," "Protecting the Pawn: Co-Parenting with a Narcissist," and her first ever children’s book, “Hello My Name is Empathy.”
In 2021, she will continue to travel internationally to expand her support groups around the world. Her primary agenda is to utilize her platform to bring awareness about Narcissistic Personality Disorder to help individuals identify the signs of covert, predatory behavior in the initial stages of meeting people.