MEET OUR TEAM: Idelette Talks with Chervelle Camille

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A Video Conversation -with Idelette and Chervelle4

I thought it’s about time we introduce you to our SheLoves team members and give you a glimpse into the heart and stories of the women who make this community run. Today, I am talking with Chervelle Camille who is responsible for creating the daily graphics on SheLoves. I’ve known Chervelle for many years—we’ve shared a lot of life. One of my favourite moments in the  SheLoves circle that we both attend, is when Chervelle walks into the room. Even when she has a cold or PMS, she inspires me with how she puts herself together. She takes care. She doesn’t create art only on a canvas, she sees life, spaces and our bodies as a canvas.

We’re talking books, moving to a new country as a young girl, singleness and creativity. I hope you’re as inspired as I am, simply by being in her presence. If you’d like to see how she lives out her life, follow her on Instagram at @chervelleca.

much LOVE,
idelette

xo

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Idelette McVicker
If you only know one thing about me, I'd love for you to know this: I love Jesus, justice and living juicy. I also happen to drive a minivan and drink my lattes plain. (My life is exciting enough!) Nineteen years ago, I moved from Taiwan to Canada to marry Scott. We have two teenagers, a preteen, a Bernese Mountain dog and a restaurant. (Ask Scott to tell you our love story.) In 2010, I founded SheLovesmagazine.com and it has now grown to include a Dangerous Women membership community, a Red Couch Bookclub, events and gatherings. I'd like to think of it as curating transformational spaces for women in community. I long for women to be strong in our faith and voice, so we can be advocates for God’s heart for justice here on earth. As an Afrikaner woman, born and raised in South Africa during Apartheid, my story humbly compels me to step out for justice and everyday peacemaking. I have also seen firsthand the impact injustice has had on the lives and stories of women around the world. I refuse to stay silent. I am anti-racist and also a recovering racist. I am a Seven on the Enneagram, an INFP and I mostly wear black, with a dash of animal print or faux fur.
Idelette McVicker