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Sisterhood Sunday was created to inspire the women of today to be great. Each week we highlight two phenomenal women who are paving the way for a better tomorrow. Check out our social media sites below for weekly updates. Feel free to comment, like, and share.
Rosalind Y. Tompkins is the mother of HOPE! She may be best known as the mother of a major anti-drug movement and the founder of Mother’s in Crisis (est. 1991). Over the past 28 years she has been instrumental in helping families in our community and abroad break the cycle of addition. My mom has traveled throughout the nation and around the world to many countries including East, Central, South and Southern Africa, Jamaica, the Dominican Republic, Haiti and Turkey, to share hope with those most in need. In June 2017, Mothers In Crisis was instrumental in getting the designation for April to become the National Month of Hope through the National Day Calendar.
Nadia Decius is the owner and operator of Sweet Delight Cheesecakes. She has not let anything get in the way of her dreams. She sees it, she wants it, she gets it! She is an amazing mother and phenomenal business owner. Check out her website below!
Vanessa Hayward is the owner of Vanessa Hayward Events and is an IT WORKS Triple Diamond Leader. In just 4 years she has been able to leave her job and still support her family! She is the definition of a “boss chick”.
Keonna Tompkins is the owner and operator of Better Days Home Relief LLC. She is the epitome of a doer! Through unimaginable circumstances she has continued to rise! She constantly striving for greatness and motivates others to do the same!
Laneka Montrae Barrington is the owner of 1•11 Boutique. In her own words she “started with NO CAR & $60 in my wallet and NO MONEY IN THE BANK.” God is taking her to new heights and I’m loving it! She is great mother, savvy entrepreneur, and daily motivator for other women looking to take that leap!
Akia Shaw is a realtor at Skye Realtor and is one if the top producing realtors in the Metro Atlanta Area. We met at FAMU as freshmen. I have watched her thrive and succeed over the past several years. She is a mother and a business savvy woman of God!
Shakera is a publisher author and educator. She attended and graduated from the illustrious Florida A&M University were we became acquainted. Her book, “The Little Brown Girl Experience” has an amazing message. It was written to inspire young girls to praise their individuality.
Georgia Dawkins, AKA the Purpose Producer, is a unstoppable. We met at FAMU in 2007. Since then she has graduated and has had a successful career as an award-winning author, producer, and journalist. In 2018 she published a spiritual memoir entitled, Everybody Knows: The Power of Being in Position.
Marcia Stokes is an entrepreneur, writer, and all around good person. We met growing up and I have always admired her spirit. She recently opened a Wing Stop in Jacksonville, FL and has already been awarded for her excellence!
Brittany McCrary is one of the sweetest women you’ll ever meet. We met at FAMU in 2006. Since graduation she has founded herlistic which is an organization that promotes holistic wellness in African American women through education, awareness, and conversation.
Tiffany Chatman is an amazing individual. We met at FAMU in the Elementary Ed program and have been friends ever since. She is a wife, mother of 3, and an educator. In addition, she also manages TCTravel, a travel agency that will help you plan your vacation from start to finish with ease.
Ashley Goggins is a go getter. We met at FAMU and she was always a pleasure to be around. Since graduation she has been practicing law and is the owner of Ashley Goggins Law, P.A. She is also the owner and CEO of My Credit Bar where she helps individuals repair their credit and find “renewed financial health”.
Ricquel Jackson is a phenomenal woman. We became good friends in childhood and on into college. She was always my voice of reason and a friend that I looked up to. Since graduating from FAMU she has had a successful career in marketing and event branding. She has also had pleasure of working for President Barack Obama’s re-election team. Ricquel is an influential, independent woman and role model to all.
I have known Dr. Sanders for 10 years and she is one of the sweetest people I know. She has guided me through my entire career and has taught me a great deal about education and much more. She carries herself with such dignity and grace. She was a fair, compassionate, selfless leader of Astoria and is greatly missed! Please help me give honor to my forever principal Dr. Marsha Sanders!
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