Rha Goddess is a performing artist and social/political activist. Her work has been internationally featured in several compilations, anthologies, forums and festivals. Ms. Goddess' debut project, Soulah Vibe, received rave industry reviews from Ms. Magazine, The Source, XXL, Interview, etc.. Time Magazine called it "...one of the year's coolest records." As Founder and CEO of Divine Dime Entertainment, Ltd., she was one of the first women in Hip Hop to create, independently market and commercially distribute her own music world wide. In May 2000, Essence Magazine recognized Ms. Goddess as one of 30 Women to Watch in the new millennium. In 2002, BAM's prestigious Next Wave festival's NextNext series, chose her as one of six artists deemed to be influential in the next decade. Her activist work includes Co-founding the Sista II Sista Freedom School for Young Women of Color, and being the former International Spokeswoman for the Universal Zulu Nation. Ms. Goddess has also been an encore featured keynote in the Women & Power Summit at Omega Institute along with Iyanla Vanzant, Eve Ensler, Anita Hill, and Eileen Fisher, Jane Fonda, Alice Walker, Eve Ensler, and Marion Woodman. Ms. Goddess' current projects include being the Founder and Project Director of The Next Wave of Women & Power/"We Got Issues!" and working on a modern trilogy entitled, Meditations With The Goddess. Low, Part I of the Meditations Trilogy, premiered at the 2006 Humana Festival for New American Plays.