Maya Angelou once said, "If you're always trying to be normal you will never know how amazing you can be." This is a motto I work to live by so I may serve others as a womanist scholar; ordained elder in the AME church; and as a military chaplain. My goal is to enlighten, encourage, and excite Black women to re-claim their voice and re-imagine their vision, so they may UNLEASH their purpose and walk boldly within it.
My projects communicate the importance of radical self-reflection and redemptive self-love. Working with ages 0-99, I have partnered with schools, churches, and other organizations as a speaker, workshop coordinator, seminar presenter, and more.
My preaching centers the promise of liberation in the Sacred Text. Whether in the military or a traditional church, my sermonic lens consistently focuses on centering God’s direct involvement with humanity and God’s power to meet our fears with faith; heal our hurts into hope; and transform our doubts into deliverance.