Mozelle Martin is one of the most sought-after inspirational speakers and therapists, whose presentations are both interactive and life-changing. Called a "feminine tomboy", Mozelle will gently challenge outdated beliefs, toxic attitudes, and self-sabotaging behaviors. Not afraid to show her vulnerable side, she will then help inspire and motivate others to finally step outside of their comfort zone and create magic in their lives.
Whether the audience is 50 or 50,000 – she will over-deliver as if she was talking to the entire world. Since 1987, she has presented in front of thousands of people on the topics of forensics, mental health, trauma, and spirituality. Due to her vast knowledge in these areas, her books have been read, and her podcasts heard, around the world.
Mozelle started her career as a forensic handwriting expert after growing up in the industry, and continued on to study forensic body language. She quickly moved into consulting for law enforcement agencies worldwide and has testified in courts of law as an expert witness. In 1987, after serving a short time in the military, she became the first person in modern history to create a personality-changing, brain-altering and evidence-based program known as Transformational Grapho-Therapeutics (HTT). Throughout her career, Mozelle has been featured on radio and television shows around the world. She has also been a consultant for Criminal Minds, is a former segment co-host of KGBT-TV, has given commentaries to media outlets such as ABC, NBC, Crime Watch Daily, TruTV, and more. She is also a licensed investigator and a volunteer forensic expert for Find Me Group, an international non-profit based in Phoenix, Arizona.
Mozelle has worldwide experience, credibility, and raw street-smarts which help her deliver a respectfully-direct, powerful message to both individuals and audiences around the world. She offers a high energy message providing others with unique tools to help them transition from feeling "shattered" (broken down and defeated) to "shining" (broken open so they can transform).
Mozelle attended both the University of the Rockies and Texas State University. After 14 years of college, she graduated with a Master's degree in Forensic Psychology, finishing in the top 15% of graduate students worldwide. She has been a contracted Forensic Mental Health Professional for various correctional facilities in the United States and currently teaches forensics at a Phoenix-area college.
Mozelle and her husband live in the Phoenix area with their rescue dog. Together, they have five grown children and three grandchildren.