Katrina Davis

Dawn Cauthen-Thornton | January 16th, 2018
Katrina Davis

Some may call it arrogance, over confidence, or self love, but no matter how you view Katrina Davis, she knows who she is and the gifts that lies within her. She has endured tough criticism and has the battle scars to prove it, yet Katrina has been able to love herself past her pain. It […]

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Kimberly Wamble

by Terry Watson | January 16th, 2018
Kimberly Wamble

Though Kimberly Wamble is a native of Chicago, she has called Memphis, Tennessee home for most of her life. She is a Christian, wife, mother, and the founder of Go to Girl Tech Solutions, a Web Design, Photography and Print Marketing firm. Wamble unofficially started Go to Girl Tech Solutions in December of 2016. During […]

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Advance Planning Or Pre Plan Funeral Arrangements

Carlton Gray | November 16th, 2017
Advance Planning Or Pre Plan Funeral Arrangements

The very idea of discussing or talking about death can be very difficult, however it is one worth having with your loved ones. It has many advantages, among them peace of mind. Knowing that you have a plan in place not only eases your mind, but your loved ones will not have the extra burden […]

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Kristie Turns Five

by Terry Watson | November 16th, 2017
Kristie Turns Five

Kristie Wallace Barrow Shares Her Story of Survival Who am I? It might be easier to tell you who I’m not. I am not a quitter. I’ve been through things that would have possibly killed the average person. It was through these trials where I found myself and learned that I am not easily defeated. […]

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Soulful Beginnings

by Terry Watson | November 16th, 2017
Soulful Beginnings

Greenville, South Carolina native Alanda Posey is nothing short of a go getter. She believes in leading by example and her actions surely back it up. She is the daughter of Alan and Tobita Posley-McKinney. She is married to Javan Posey of whom she shares three beautiful daughters. She completed her undergraduate studies at the […]

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Tammy Carpenter

by Terry Watson | November 16th, 2017
Tammy Carpenter

God continues to exceed the expectations in the endeavors of Tammy Carpenter. Seeing the dreams that have been idle for years come to life is a direct result of God’s faithfulness to her as she moves beyond fear and obey Him at all costs. An advocate of love and life, Tammy Carpenter of Greenville, South […]

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The Black Suit Initiative

Evainna Ross | November 16th, 2017
The Black Suit Initiative

In 2008, Evainna Ross launched The Sparrow’s Nest, Inc. in Claremont Courts in northeast Greensboro. The program was initially developed in a partnership with the Greensboro Housing Authority to provide free educational programs on weekends for students in four of their largest public housing communities. Some of the activities provided were: ballroom dancing (on basketball […]

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Avail Outpatient Counseling

by Terry Watson | September 18th, 2017
Avail Outpatient Counseling

Avail Outpatient Counseling, often referred to as “Avail,” is a small, certified woman and minority-owned (SWAM), private practice with a mission to empower and heal the total person —mind, body, and soul. By definition, the word Avail is two-fold. One stance, means to use or take advantage of an opportunity or available resource and the […]

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Greenville’s Poetic Charm, Chiccy Baritone

by Terry Watson | September 18th, 2017
Greenville’s Poetic Charm, Chiccy Baritone

There isn’t just one word that can sufficiently describe this remarkable and talented individual. Introduced to the poetry circuit in 2001 and affectionately named, “Chiccy Baritone” (Pronounced “chick-y”) Charlene Evans lives up to the full meaning of her stage name – Chic, well-put together (spiritually and emotionally). First, she is a Christian and poet who […]

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Kala Slade is Simply Beautiful

by Terry Watson | September 18th, 2017
Kala Slade is Simply Beautiful

A story of transparency is a scary thing to unveil especially when you expose your emotional and mental proclivities to the community where you were born, reared, and work daily. What’s most challenging is opening yourself up and becoming vulnerable to those who see you on a routine basis believing that you have it all […]

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