Friday, October 4, 2013

Miriam Carey's Sister -Valarie Carey, Author and Community Activist

Listen to Valarie Carey speak about women's "time of the month" on Blog Talk Radio.

Valarie "Val" Carey is the sister of Miriam Carey.  Her resume and other bio sites state she is retired NYPD, yet she was only with them 12 years and left the department in 2007, she would have been in her early 30's.

Recently featured on the cable television network LifeTime, Valarie Carey is a retired New York City Police Sergeant turned entrepreneur.
She is now the founder of the new brand TOTM! Time Of The Month!® and author of the new yearly calendar planner by the same name. TOTM! Time Of The Month!® (Val’s Word! Publishing) hands out tips and advice for girls and women of all ages who are cycling. With easy to document pages, one can measure and track the flow of her menstrual cycle. She can also identify certain symptoms that she may be experiencing on a monthly basis. With colorful fun stickers to note different moods TOTM! Time Of The Month!® is a great planning and documentation tool.
Carey is a mentor and community activist in her native Brooklyn neighborhood of Bedford Stuyvesant. Having served with several national organizations including NOBLE National Organization Of Black Law Enforcement Executives and publishing a monthly local newsletter named Val’s Word!, Carey believes in community. Carey has mentored the youth at the local PAL (Police Athletic League) through Mentoring USA and currently holds a seat on the executive board of Brooklyn CARES, a local chapter of The National CARES Mentoring Movement(NCMM).
Val Carey hosts a 2x weekly show TOTM! Tea Talk which airs on Blogtalk Radio Sundays 5pm EST and Wednesdays at 7pm EST where she discusses all things relevant to that Time Of The Month.
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On September 21, 2013, Val wrote on her facebook wall:

My partners along with the cofounders of 5Linx have donated over $57,000 to the Trayvon Martin Foundation. THIS is why I’m in Florida. — with Schmoll Reaves-Bey at Orange County Convention Center.
Sybrina accepting the donation at the 5Linx Convention in Atlanta.