My passion, purpose, and love are to serve others. Of any title or role, I’ve ever assumed, my role as a mentor is the most fulfilling of them all.
I currently serve in the capacity of mentorship for single and married women by helping them to identify their God-given purpose which is very rewarding. I’ve had the pleasure of assisting one young woman to write her first book, and three young women start their first business.
I also love to serve young adults by educating, mentoring, and empowering them to make positive choices that lead to positive future outcomes. This led to my motivation to start a non-profit organization; “St. Louis Prayer Project, Inc.”
I’ve been blessed to be rewarded a grant through the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to work with youth in St. Louis, Mo. that may have been affected by violence directly or indirectly.
While serving in South Korea, I was afforded the opportunity to speak to the youth and develop a Mentorship Program for children 10-18 years of age. Please don’t hesitate to reach out.