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Author and HBCU Alum Rahkal C.D. Shelton is Today’s Honoree

Rahkal C.D. Shelton is a professional edupreneur (educator + entrepreneur), mental health advocate, speaker, and inspiration enthusiast. With 12 years of corporate experience–she has worked for well-known companies, including CNN, Warner Media, WGN, iHeartMedia (formerly Clear Channel Communications), and Fox … Continue reading

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Education Consultant Stephanie Tatum is Today’s Honoree

Stephanie Council Tatum was born in Fayetteville, North Carolina. She graduated from North Carolina Central University, majoring in home economics education. She continued her college career with a master’s degree in family and consumer sciences from North Carolina Central University. … Continue reading

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Media Mogul Mia Dinoto is Today’s Honoree

At just 16 years old, Mia Dinoto is a multi-hyphenate media mogul in the making. Her wit, spunk, and girl-next-door-realness has garnered her a massive YouTube following on her Mia Dinoto YouTube (458,000 subscribers with 60+ million views) and a blossoming acting … Continue reading

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Asperger Advocate and Author Erin Clemens is Today’s Honoree

Erin Clemens is on the autism spectrum and is a part of the Devereux Pennsylvania Community Adult Autism Partnership Program (CAAPP), which provides individualized and innovative community-based support services for adults with autism spectrum disorders and other disabilities. “Without Devereux, … Continue reading

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Author Dr. Iyabo Ojikutu is Today’s Honoree

“Happiness is good, but is not enough. Peace is good, and is enough,” posits Dr. Iyabo Ojikutu, author of Permanent Happiness: The only way to find peace, joy and your life-given purpose. Being happy is typically a temporary state, she … Continue reading

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Wellness Consultant Diane Randall is Today’s Honoree

As a working mother, an on-the-road SAP Consultant, corporate trainer, coach and entrepreneur, I have played all, or most, of those roles at the same time for more than two decades with a commitment to wellness and a balanced lifestyle. … Continue reading

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Beyond The States Founder Jennifer Viemont is Today’s Honoree

Jennifer is a native of Chicago, but has lived in North Carolina for over a decade.  She obtained her Master’s in Social Work from the University of Illinois, Chicago.   Jennifer is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and has … Continue reading

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Live 2 Learn Differently Founder Andre Spivey is Today’s Honoree

Andre Spivey is the founder and CEO of Live 2 Learn Differently, Inc. He comes with a wealth and diversity of IT experience spending over 8 years in the US Air Force. During his time in the Air Force, his … Continue reading

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Devereux Georgia Advisory Board Chair Hank Booth is Today’s Honoree

As a young boy growing up in the 1960s and ‘70s in Nashville, Tenn., Hank Booth struggled emotionally and socially, while searching for answers to questions such as: Who am I and what is my purpose in life? When Booth … Continue reading

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Keeping Families Connected Founder Letitia Scott is Today’s Honoree

As founder of Keeping Families Connected I want to take just a moment to introduce myself and our organization. KFC is a federally recognized non-profit organization in the DFW metroplex. We provide free transportation, breakfast and lunch to and from … Continue reading

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