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About Me: 

I was born and raised in Cleveland Ohio, in the USA. I am a mother of three (2 daughters and a son), and a grandmother of 3 (2 grandsons and a granddaughter)

In 1999, I founded Destined For Greatness Enterprises (DFGE) to encourage and inspire women to become all that they were created to be. This is accomplished by organizing empowerment workshops, seminars, and classes for women.

I currently work as a Department Assistant at Case Western Reserve University, in Cleveland, Ohio, USA.
I am also a licensed real estate agent with the State of Ohio.

I enjoy organizing activities and events. I have organized Pastoral Anniversary Appreciations, class reunions, birthday celebrations, weddings/receptions, meetings, etc.

I enjoy writing, and I have self published a book on The name of my book is "Sorry Brothers, The Milk Ain't Free No More!" It encourages single women to stand up in relationships, and get rid of the men that have no intentions of marrying them. I am also working on two more books, and hope to be finished with them soon.

I envision working with women all over the world; a world wide Sisterhood.
I look forward to meeting you all online, and who knows, maybe one day in person.

My Passions: 
Encouraging and inspiring women to become all that they can be
My Challenges: 
time and money to do all that I want to do
My Vision for the Future: 
Working with women from all over the world.
My Areas of Expertise: 
Administrative skills, organizing and planning events
My Languages: 
English, French

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