JoVonna Williams, a mother of three children whose life took a drastic turn at the early age of 29 years old when she was diagnosed with a Rare Auto Immune Condition “Eosinophilic Myenteric Ganglionitis” after undergoing surgery at Cleveland Clinic. She is the Fourth Person in the world to be diagnosed with this condition. Due to the severity of her chronic disease her work career was cut short and she is now on full disability.
JoVonna learned a long time ago that everything that looks bad isn’t always the case. She is currently working on her first book where she will tell her story and share a Testimony that many people won’t understand.
Inspite of JoVonna’s condition she tries to focus her passion on encouraging and helping others. She believes that it is important to give others a since of hope especially when they feel that no one cares about them. Sometimes a kind word and a listening ear can go a long way so she shares and give light along the way to those who need it. She says that God has given her a Gift of Compassion and she uses it to change lives one smile at a time.
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Executive Producer: Kai Mann
Producer: Lenderrick Jones
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Keith uses interactive presentations, multimedia, the power of African history, mythology, legend and folklore to assist in healing the hearts and minds of those who are seeking mental and spiritual transformation.
It’s Keith’s mission to share information and resources that will enlighten and empower people that are ready for change and have a sincere desire to “know”.
This information is for all who wish to understand not only where we come from, but also where we are going, and will help facilitate transformation from the inside, out.
Adra Young is a Native of Gary Indiana, and has over twenty years of experience with the youth in and out of the classroom environment. Serving for the Detroit Impact Center as a Social Skills provider she pinpointed the lack of resources available for both middle and high school students within the urban setting. Creating a curriculum specifically to address the concerns of youngsters facing overwhelming social dynamics, her program was well received and utilized in several Detroit Schools. During her years with the Detroit Public School system, she served as a liaison for the “Conversation about Race” project which addressed the direct concerns of African American males at Eastern Michigan University. In 2013, she achieved international book reviewer’s status and became a food critic within the south east region of Michigan. In 2014, she hosted the Cooks and Books show a weekly segment on Urban Nation Radio dedicated to literary artist, and foodies far and wide. Certified in Suicide Intervention and Color it Real HIV and Substance Abuse Training, she is the author of three books. Her latest book, The Misfits is a fictional read based upon the middle school bullying experience.