Gavin Masumiya was the shy, insecure Asian boy with blue braces in the classroom who got bullied for ‘flunking.’ Now, as an acclaimed vocal confidence coach, he helps aspiring content creators learn to love their voice and speak up for the things they believe in. Earning his Psychology degree from UC, Irvine, getting certified from one of the most extensive ICF Accredited Coaching Programs (iPEC), and being a multi-award winning Toastmasters International Speaker - Gavin envisions a world where people of color thrive as leaders - and he believes it starts with owning their voice.
Over the past 6 years, he has worked internationally with both men and women from technology, finance, school psychology, engineering, to the US Armed Services. Gavin has united families with lots of conflict, inspired new career paths in business coaching, brought teams together during trying times in quarantine, and has helped individuals with excessive social anxiety become more proficient public speakers.
He is the founder of FlowFam, a movement and service that unlocks creative expression, self-confidence, and feeling truly heard for who you are. FlowFam has touched the lives of people from 18 different countries, from children as young as 10 to 71 years of age.