Global diversity advocate running on abstract mental challenges. Always learning. Powerful belief in addressing societal needs… in people and their desire and ability to achieve more.
Bi-racial product of Sierra Leone, a third world, immigrant country in Africa kindled an early appreciation for our cultural differences and respect for nature’s bounties. My earliest memories are of swimming in the Atlantic. Getting slammed in the face with surf, only to gulp down saltwater and go back for more.
“Challenges are what make life interesting and overcoming them is what makes life meaningful.” – Joshua J. Marine
With every challenge comes the opportunity to look within me for more powerful self. I wear many hats including a scarf that serves as a reminder of who I am. My scarf is not just a fashion piece or a show of faith. It is a daily note to self to behave with dignity, spirituality, and humanity.
I come from a large family and long line of independent, high performing leaders who are not afraid to challenge the status quo, make a stand, and reach for what they want. As a child, I was quiet, listening and even at an early age wondering what my purpose was.