With a desire to give back for all the blessings in her life 321Empower founder Ramona Braganza began her charity. Reaching out to her celebrity clients to build awareness, Zoe Saldana was the first to lend her support by appearing in the Hollywood Reporter with her trainer.
This Celeb Trainer Turns Rescued Sex Trafficking Survivors Into Empowered Fitness Instructors
Celeb trainer Ramona Braganza has spent almost the entirety of her adult life serving other people and putting her clients before herself — and as such, has made some sacrifices in her personal life. Thanks to dedication to her career and clients like Jessica Alba, Halle Berry, Kate Beckinsale, Anne Hathaway, Dakota Johnson, Scarlett Johansson, Zac Efron, and Ryan Reynolds, "I don't have a family," Braganza told POPSUGAR. "I was on the road with Jessica Alba for 12 years."
Yahoo Lifestyle August 13, 2018
Falkland Road, Mumbai, India’s notorious red light district that dates back to British colonial times, has for decades both fascinated and horrified journalists, photographers, writers, travelers, and citizens. But no amount of prior knowledge could have prepared celebrity fitness trainer Ramona Braganza for the harsh reality of the crowded, narrow street, lined with wooden cages teeming with prostitutes of all ages, many of them mere girls.
Braganza, a former cheerleader for the Oakland Raiders, who has also trained scores of celebrities — including Dakota Johnson, Jessica Alba, Ashlee Simpson-Ross, and Halle Berry — is of Indian descent, and when she turned 50 in 2013, she was looking for a way to “give back” through what comes most naturally to her: fitness. READ MORE
Fitness, Foods, Financial Freedom
February 2019 - Huntington Beach, USA
Over 50 eager supporters attended an energetic launch of 3.2.1 Empower in Huntington Beach, California. An informative opening keynote by Dr. Sandra Morgan, Head of the Vanguard University’s Global Center for Justice, discussed the growing and dangerous problem of sex trafficking in Orange County, while actress Dania Ramirez urged the audience to take action and support the cause. Guests, including former NFL cheerleaders from the LA Raiderettes and even sponsors from Canada, then attended informative seminars on personal finance and nutrition. Later, celebrity trainers Bill Blanks and Milo Level helped attendees kick and punch their way through engaging workouts. The event helped raise over $4,000 to finance 3.2.1 Empower's initiatives in India.