Put on a red cape and celebrate a super heroine!

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Prospect Lefferts Gardens

Don that red cape because here comes borough daughter, special educator, and all-round super hero Shane Kulman, who was honored by Borough President Adams on March 28 as a local “She-Roe,” during a Women’s History Month celebration at Borough Hall.

Standing O pal Shane is the owner and founder of Your Beautiful Child in Prospect Lefferts Gardens. She works with families of children with special needs, children with incarcerated families, court-involved youth, children in group homes, treatment centers, and other organizations.

The beep bestowed this golden award on Shane for her service to women and children.

“Shane improves the quality of life in communities all across the borough,” he said.

Shane believes in keeping it easy, effortless, and fun.

Her mantra is, “With self-development work and expressing authentic creativity, every woman can thrive unapologetically and live a meaningful life.” Standing O certainly agrees.

Shane also coaches parents, hosts yoga workshops and classes all over Brooklyn, and is known for spreading joy to all.

Standing O offers good wishes and says, “Keep on spreading that joy — our borough needs more she-roes.”

Your Beautiful Child [(718) 856–2679;].

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Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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