Meet Emily Blue
Emily Michelle Blue, the educator, journalist, certified life and wellness coach, vocalist, model, pageant queen, licensed minister, and motivational speaker is a native of Dallas, Texas. Because of her personal journey and testimony, Emily’s ultimate goal is to help people become well from the inside out. She is determined to help others become empowered, change their mindsets, and truly live “life and life more abundantly.”
Emily is the CEO and Founder of Fx3 Coaching, a coaching and consulting company that empowers and equips individuals to lead authentic lives, unlock their potential and live healthy lifestyles and Total You Unlimited, a holistic empowerment non-profit organization dedicated to equipping and enriching individuals from all walks of life with the tools necessary to be well from the inside out.
Emily is a 2000 graduate of Southern Methodist University (SMU) receiving her degree in Journalism: Broadcast News. As a student, Emily was extremely active in various areas of student leadership. One of her greatest achievements on campus was founding the second African-American academic student organization Society of African American Communicators, the SMU chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists. She was honored for her significant assistance to the university by the Division of Student Affairs as a recipient of the SMU Dorothy Amann Award.
Emily is a firm believer in the notion that education is the path to opening multiple doors and opportunities for individuals. In an effort to fulfill her personal belief, Emily completed her coaching certification in 2014 from World Coach Institute (WCI) and currently pursuing a Masters degree in Secondary Education with an emphasis in Curriculum & Instruction at Texas A&M University-Commerce.
She is a journalism instructor at Nimitz High School where she advises the school newspaper, yearbook and literary magazine, and Quill & Scroll International Honorary Society for High School Journalists. With a sincere appreciation for the arts, she has recorded as an ensemble vocalist and choir member on several musical projects including Gospel Tabernacle Choir’s album, Better Days.
Emily is an active member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. where she served as Editor of the chapter’s newsletter. and SMU Alumni Association where she has served as a member of the Alumni Board and 2010-2011 chair, 2011-2012 past chair, and board member of the African-American Alumni Associates. Her philosophy in life is “Never allow others to define who you are. You must define yourself. Through God-given strength and ingenuity, you must live your life on purpose and enjoy the daily journey.”