3. Where are you from?
4. Describe yourself in 3 words.
God’s favorite. Driven.
5. Explain why you chose those 3 words.
Ironically, I’ve been calling myself God’s favorite since my mother and siblings passed, something that probably would have made someone lose their faith. However, the only time God tells me no is when She is trying to protect me from something that isn’t for me. Other than that, my cup always runneth over and She always exceeds my expectations in every area of my life. Driven also ties into the woman I became after losing my family. I started my freshman year at Howard University two months later and graduated on time with honors. I’d say you’d have to be pretty driven to accomplish that.
6. What is something that you are passionate about?
Writing and helping others.
7. Who is the most phenomenal woman you know? Why?
This is cliché, but my mother is the most phenomenal woman I’ve ever met. She was ethereal.
8. What does being a phenomenal woman mean to you?
Being a phenomenal woman means you have learned how to be extraordinary, no matter the circumstances. Being a phenomenal woman also means that you have the ability to inspire and ignite that same spark in other people as well.