dreamfleur Creative Inspiration Suite and the Dare Dreamer Movement by Julene Fleurmond Inspirational Singer, Storyteller, Artist, Designer, Dreamer and Motivational Youth Speaker

Helping You Grow Your Creative Dreams! Julene is aninspirational singer and speaker sharing her journey and helping you on yours…

A Renaissance Soul is someone who has too many interests and passions to choose just one. That’s one way to describe the variety of experiences in the bio below:

Renaissance Dreamer

Julene loves to delve and experiment in a variety of artistic expressions for fun – from painting, event decor and writing to acting, music and photography. Her dream is to successfully balance all of her interests gracefully, melding a variety of genres and ideas together to portray messages that inspire and impact the world.

Entrepreneur & Social Venturer

editorpic“Dare to dream, and follow your dreams – no matter how impossible they may seem.” This is the life mantra of 23-year-old Julene Fleurmond, founder and president of Envibrance Studios, a creative motivational media and marketing company. Julene has been dreaming and creating entrepreneurial ventures ever since she was a child. Driven by a passion for art and writing, she launched her first business in elementary school, selling handmade greeting cards and copies of a magazine she created, to family, friends and teachers. She later developed her entrepreneurial skills at the Miami Dade College Institute for Youth Entrepreneurship Program sponsored by NFTE, and Black Enterprise Magazine’s Teenpreneur Program, where she developed her business Envibrance.


Above: Julene is featured in the new entrepreneurship education textbook from NFTE. The textbook entitled Entrepreneurship: Owning Your Future, Written by Steve Mariotti, NFTE Founder, is used in the NFTE curriculum to teach high school students the art of starting and running a business. To find out more and to order the textbook visit the NFTE website at http://nfte.com.

One segment of Envibrance is Art for Humanity, a non-profit art enrichment program that mentors youth, sponsors toy drives and art contests, and provides graphic design services to schools and positive programs catering to youth. This program, which she founded through a grant from Youth Venture, has allowed Julene to reach out to children who are much like she was as a child, growing up in the inner-city. She has witnessed that using the arts as an outlet can give disadvantaged youth self-confidence to face struggles in their lives.

Envibrance has won various awards such as 2005 NFTE National Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award, two City of Miami Proclamations and the Miami Herald Silver Knight Award in New Media. Julene has been featured in publications such as The Miami Herald, the National Urban League’s Opportunity Journal, and South Florida CEO Magazine. Having finished a bachelor’s degree in journalism and currently pursuing a master’s degree in public health, Julene has plans to expand Envibrance into a larger inspirational media company with an even greater range of products and services. When considering the bigger picture of her life, she often reflects on words of the Indian political and spiritual leader, Mohandas Ghandi: “Be the change you wish to see in the world.”

Visit her motivational and design company Envibrance Studios and creative product line Envibrance Dream Creations online.

Visit Envibrance Studios to learn more.


Julene is the Founder and Editor of DreaminSoul.com & DreamerENT.com, a freelance writer with a Bachelor’s degree in journalism, focusing on broadcast production, magazine and multimedia journalism; specializing in creative, motivational, faith-based and wellness topics.

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As a journalist Julene has had the opportunity to interview notable people such as mega-preneur and music pioneer Russell Simmons and other entrepreneurs and professionals, and music artists such as Kirk Franklin and Marvin Sapp. She has also served as a public relations director for a television/multimedia talk show where she helped facilitate and promote events and episodes with such people as Hill Harper, Tina Knowles and Kwame Jackson. Julene has contributed creative content and writing to organizations such as the National Urban League, Harvard School of Public Health, Collegepreneur Magazine, The Daily Mustang, Young Black Starz, and several others.


Writer & Upcoming Author

Ever since Julene was a child the written word has been her passion. She has had poetry published in a anthology of literature, and her story “Dragon Song” won a national Landmark Edition Written and Illustrated By Award. She has also published articles in various publications such as the National Urban League’s official publication, “Opportunity Journal”. Her specialties are in creative articles, short stories, monologues, poetry, songwriting; She has a bachelor’s degree in journalism, and is working on a book of inspiration, and a novel for youth/young adults to be published in the future. Stay tuned for more about her works, books and publications.


Julene has been able to speak at various conferences and events to promote entrepreneurship, health awareness and vibrant living among young people and the multicultural community. Below are a few events she has presented at:

  • National Institute of Health Main Headquarters in Washington D.C., research presentation
  • Harvard School of Public Health, Harvard Alumni Health Study Research Presentation
  • Black Enterprise Conference Presentation for Teenpreneur Program
  • Miami Dade Public Schools Teachers Board Presentation on Youth Entrepreneurship
  • Miami Dade College Presentation for the Institute for Youth Entrepreneurship Program
  • Florida Atlantic University Business Networking Presentation on Women Entrepreneurs
  • Women’s History Celebration at the University of Miami, Host of Program and made presentation on honoring inspirational women
  • Royal Rejuvenation Beauty and Wellness Fair at the University of Miami, Host and Chair of Event

Julene is available to speak about youth entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship, to make presentations inspiring children and teens to embrace literacy, arts & creativity, messages/activities for children’s & youth ministry events, and workshops to inspire girls to be confident.

Click here to learn about Envibrance Wings for Youth Motivational Services.

Life Learner & Lover: Spiritual

Julene teaches youth Sunday school classes at her church, and throughout the life she has realized the truth in the verse “to whom much is given, much is expected.” (Luke 12:48). For this reason, she has strived to use her talents to bless others any way she can. Knowing that nothing is impossible with Him, Julene credits her successes to her faith in God and attempts to live by the creed “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” Philippians 4:11-13.

Life Learner & Lover: Health and Sciences

Julene has always been in love with the sciences and finding out what makes the human body tick. She has pursued pre-medical studies as a minor at her University and since high school has attended summer research programs at the following institutions:

  • National Institute of Health main headquarters in Washington D.C.
  • Children’s Hospital Boston
  • Boston University
  • Harvard School of Public Health
  • Harvard Center for Cancer Prevention
  • Harvard Medical School
  • University of Miami
  • Charles Drew University
  • Miami Dade County Medical Examiner’s Office
  • Boston Area Health Education Center
  • Julene hopes to pursue a doctoral degree in public health and to become involved in medical journalism, medical illustration and the promotion of public health awareness in inner-city areas.

    Visual Artist

    Julene has pursued the visual arts ever since she was a child. She has always enjoyed painting, drawing, and other arts and crafts and attempts to use her abilities as gifts to others. In high school she attended an advanced art program at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston where she was able to further skills. She has won several art competitions in the Boston area, and minored in fine art and advertising at the University of Miami. She works in traditional fine art methods and graphic design, specializing in acrylic & watercolor illustration, apparel, event branding, digital storytelling and multimedia project design.

    After winning first place in a group multimedia and web design competition, with a project commemorating the civil rights advocate Ida B. Wells Barnett and which was recognized by the National Urban League, Julene realized her love for using graphic design and multimedia as a method of educating, inspiring and expressing truth. She founded her media company Envibrance Studios while still in high school.



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    When You’re Looking for Light and Hope Know This…

    When we can’t see the light there is something constant and beautiful we can hold onto💖, here’s a story that reminds us of this unseen hope when we wonder where love is…

    Once upon a sacred union there was a woman who had perfect Love in the beginning- but she was deceived and let her eyes wander. She disregarded Love’s truth and faithfulness for a taste of the forbidden, and in a bite of weakness she became blinded, disillusioned…
    Even in her infidelity her True Love kept pursuing her, continuing to draw her in to be reunited, not letting her be consumed by the darkness of her mistakes, giving an eternal hope that loss could never conquer. Her Love calls to her out from hiding, gently beckoning her to seek and be found. He gave up the most prized of all, and gave the greatest gift so that their relationship could be restored even deeper and more passionate than before…
    Because you see, once upon a perfect place before there was time, there was Love. He gave His life for you and I so we would know what True Love is…ultimate sacrifice, never-ending faithfulness, laying down one’s desires and life for another. We can be fulfilled & know True Love when we fully embrace Him. Whatever you’re facing today and when we can’t see the light in the world know this: You are loved more than you know and there’s more to your story than you can see.❤️ Love can be our strength & wisdom when we don’t understand, if we will seek…
    “This is how God showed His love among us: He sent His one and only Son into the world that we might live through Him…And so we know and rely on the love God has for us. God is love. Whoever lives in love lives in God, and God in them…” “This is love: not that we loved God, but that He loved us and sent His Son as an atoning sacrifice for our sins.” 1 John 4

    (Video footage in the forest is just a snippet from an amazing artist Cordell Franklin, thank you for your gift).

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    When You Pass Through the Waters


    Whatever you go through, whatever the storms or fears that try to engulf your hope know that you are so loved and God is on your side!

    I was in the hospital last weekend & out of whack for a week or so with stress and physical issues but wow amidst it all I had the weirdest & coolest God experience. He is real, He loves us, He is sooo, sooo good & has a plan for our lives – just seek Him and you will find Him and His plan for your life!

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    I See Someone Like Me: Diversity On TV and In Movies to Inspire Kids


    One of my passions is the entertainment industry, specifically in TV and films and creating those that inspire kids and teens to live empowered. In my journalism program at Southern Methodist University I did a project on role models for African American boys and girls in the media and how it affected their self-esteem and career choices.

    I’m currently working on a screenplay with an African American teen girl lead with the goal of giving young people a way to see themselves in Hollywood where they are often not represented. While writing the script I was thinking – do other movies exist with an African American boy or girl as the lead? I could hardly think of any off the top of my head so I began digging in and came up with some. I decided to keep a running list of African American characters in movies and shows (appropriate for kids – I’ve been working as an elementary and middle school mentor and would love there to be more shows and movies that don’t have bad language or too adult situations) for them to watch. Here’s my running list so far:

    Movies with an African American Kid or Teen Lead Character or Movies with Adult African American Main Character/s That is Appropriate for Kids / Preteens:

    • A Wrinkle In Time (2018) Starring Storm Reid and directed by Ava DuVernay – I’m so looking forward to this one, it was one of my favorite books as a kid that inspired me to be a writer and dream big)
    • Everything Everything (2017) Starring Amandla Stenberg
    • The Hate U Give (2018?)
    • Annie (2014) Starring Quvenzhané Wallis
    • Akeelah and the Bee (2006) Starring Keke Palmer
    • Let It Shine (Starring Coco Jones)
    • The Cheetah Girls Movies (Starring Raven Symone)
    • The Longshots (2008)
    • Jump In! (2007) Starring Keke Palmer and Corbin Bleu
    • Dr. Doolitle Movies Starring Kyla Pratt
    • Hidden Figures
    • The Gabby Douglas Story (2014)

    Shows with an African American Kid or Teen Lead Character:

    • True Jackson VP
    • KC Undercover
    • That’s So Raven
    • The Proud Family
    • Doc McStuffins
    • Cory In the House
    • A.N.T. Farm
    • The Famous Jett Jackson

    Can you think of any show or movie I left out? Leave it in the comments!

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    Cosplay to Inspire

    Okay so what I love about working with kids as a teacher and speaker is the excuse to play dress up – I’m no where near a regular but here are a few of my cosplay adventures and the inspiration behind them which are awesome stories that inspire my work:

    I love learning & shows that inspire kids to explore creation!💖🔭 Here’s me as Keesha from The #MagicSchoolBus Rides Again 🚌 on Netflix (anyone else love that show growing up?) We were meant to take time to play and have fun as part of our work (I even did research on the benefits of play in grad school) – whether it’s sports, art or cosplay take time to do something that engages your creativity & brings you joy!✨

    I went investigating the candy situation🍬🍫🍭 at The Potter’s House Harvest Time event (don’t judge me – it was for the whole family☺️) as The Princess in Black – inspired by both the GOAT MIB Will Smith😎 and kids’ books characters👸🏾👸🏼 which I love as a teacher & current kids’ writer!
    (Check out this series The Princess In Black about unconventional mystery solving royalty by Shannon & Dean Hale and the Dream Big! More Than a Princess Coloring Book.🎨 Each page of the coloring book features a girl sharing her dream of becoming a professional, like a politician, astronaut🚀 or a community organizer. Stephanie Tabashneck, psychologist and author of the book, created it because she was concerned with the lack of role models, characters and positive messages for young girls and in particular young girls of color).
    If you don’t remember anything else remember to dream big and live boldly because You Are Great!💁🏽 You are royally loved by the King and have the light to fight darkness so go kick some butt. Agent J out✌🏽

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    Share Your Passions and Love With All Your Heart

    The world and the people around you could always enjoy some more love💞 so give it away, and give yourself and your gifts to others with all your heart💝! Here’s one way I give away love and share my passions…a few months back I found a livestreaming site kinda like Periscope but the audience is mostly kids & teens (some of my favorite kinda people:). I really felt led to be a light & start streaming fun, uplifting broadcasts sharing characters I sketch to inspire my stories🎨, singing songs I write🎤 and just sprinkling some inspiration and love to the awesome peeps who tune in. It turned out to be really fun especially getting to encourage people & talk about dreams✨, life & fun stuff with a spontaneous dance-off here and there (fun, hilarious times😁) with people I meet and guest who sometimes also share their art with me.

    If you’ve got a passion for art or music or anything else but feel amateur or disqualified I say go for it anyways – that’s what I share with young artists on my broadcasts – the more you create and hone your craft, even if for fun and therapy to relieve stress and make life brighter, the better you get and the more light🔥 & love 💖you spread into the world! This is me, #drawingwhileblack. Follow the hashtag to see more work by inspiring artists!🎨

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    Be Ready For the New

    God's doing a new thang (why do I hear that throwback DC Talk song though🤔) something we've never seen before, in the world🌎, in our lives (sometimes He even sends signs in the sky to signal it 👀) – but you can't see the new thinking & looking at things the old way 👓 and doing the same ole thang. His ways are higher than our ways and His thoughts are higher than ours! Renew your mind and be ready for the new! Be new in Love & in worship, the Word and intimacy in His presence – it's oil in your lamp (before a great banquet some day👑💍🔥💖) Be free from the ways of the world as He leads you to – our God is supernatural ya'll He's not bound by the ways & wisdom of man and gives us power to walk like Him in His wisdom. When we look to Him everything else comes into focus – darkness can never eclipse His light. Do something you've never done. Also remember to always shine bright like a star🌟 following the lead of the Son 😁 – and don't look directly at the other sun☀️ without ya special glasses😎 (it's the mom in me;). 🎤You make all things new, I will follow You forward! “Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past. See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland. Isaiah 43:19 "Do not be conformed to (the patterns of ) this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to discern what is the good, pleasing, and perfect will of God. For by the grace given me I say to every one of you: Do not think of yourself more highly than you ought, but think of yourself with sober judgment, according to the measure of faith God has given you…"

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    God is doing a new thing on the Earth, in our lives – but you can’t see the new thinking the old way. 👓 Renew your mind and be ready for the new!

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