A native of Syracuse, New York, Deborah grew up on the eastside by incredible parents, extended family and wonderful community. She is currently retired from CIGNA Insurance (10 Years); Syracuse University (10 Years) and Syracuse Housing Authority (8 Years).
Deborah completed a 2 year ministry program in 2000 and served for a short time in the capacity of teacher and offered Christian Education to children on Saturdays during the summers of 2001 through 2006.
Her greatest inspiration is helping others see their greatness. Her favorite authors are James Baldwin and Paulo Colelho and her favorite Book of the Bible is Isaiah. Deborah’s mantra is Psalm 118:24… This one verse has carried her and encouraged her throughout the most difficult 4 years of her life. Each day it brings a different meaning, a new hope and strength… that’s what God’s Word does.
Danielle N. Hall is an advocate for all to recognize and fulfill their divine purpose. She continually seeks opportunities to enlighten, empower, and encourage. She is both the author of Dew Drops: Refreshing for the Soul and the creator of “Danielle’s Place”: a website where visitors can stop by and get food for the soul.
Danielle is also the founder of V.O.I.C.E. – a ministry that serves women who have been sexually abused. She is a married mother of 3 children and enjoys reading, writing, singing, and aiding others.
Phone: (301) 364-4090
Crystal Myers-Lewis has twin girls, Jeanette and Cheyenne. She works for a hospital in New York City. She enjoys sharing the many testimonies of her life and learning about the testimonies of others. She is so amazed at all the ways God shows up in our lives.
Claudia Yvette Provost, from Franklin, Louisiana, is an Author, Entrepreneur, and Campus Director of two satellite campuses of a local community college. Currently living in New Iberia, Louisiana, Claudia is the Founder and President of The LCPL Marques Kyle Bogan Community Advancement Corp (www.mkbogancommunityadvancement.org), a nonprofit organization that she created to honor the memory of her son.
Claudia is very passionate about family, her community, and education, respectively, and she lives by the quote, “Aspire to Inspire!” Claudia has two wonderful children, Maiya and the late Marques Bogan, and is GiGi to two beautiful girls, Aubrey and Aurielle.
Cinnamon Johnson is a wife, mother of three, daughter and a sister. She has been writing since her early years, and just recently began to share her work. Cinnamon was raised and educated in Syracuse NY. She moved to North Carolina in 1997 to continue her education. Cinnamon currently works with the local school district. She is very passionate about her work with her students.
This experience working with the 100 women 100 stories anthology has inspired Cinnamon to expand/continue her work and publish her writings. Stay on the lookout for future projects from this upcoming author. Cinnamon has called Greensboro North Carolina home since 2002.
Cindy Williams is an Evangelist from Syracuse, NY. She loves to read, decorate, walk, listen to music, travel, and helping others.
To contact Cindy, email LUCENDIELUCAS13@GMAIL.COM
Christy Johnson is the President/Founder of Finding Your Destiny, Inc. a Non-profit Domestic Violence Shelter. She is an Activist for the mistreated and abused. Her goals are to serve all races and sexes no matter of their orientation. Mrs. Johnson’s goals through societal transparency are to empower, transform, and rebuild the lives of women and teen girls.
Christine R. Richardson is a proud mother of six incredible children and additional adopted by love. She volunteers often and spends a lot of her time attending meetings to better understand autism and other children with special needs. She is inspired by people and their challenges.
Christine currently resides in Queens, NY and is an author, certified cook and home health aide. Christine absolutely loves the lord and dedicates her life to helping others. She would like to thank you for taking the time to read every heart in this book.
Please contact her at: Email: C.CHEFRICHARDSON@GMAIL.COM
Christina Smith currently resides in South Carolina and works as a Credit Manager for a fuel management company as well as film/television actress and writer. Christina has always had a love for the arts. She grew up in the military so her family moved allot and was really shy and didn’t have allot of friends so dancing was her friend. Christina’s first job was at 5 years old, filming a scene of the original Hawaii 5 0 as a little Hula dancer. At the age of 15 Christina began modeling for local department stores and area specialty boutiques for seasonal campaigns. After graduating high school and college, Christina took a break from modeling and dancing to raise a family.
After an 18 year absences, Christina re-trained as an actress for commercials, film and print. Christina now has extended body of work in film, television, Radio and Print. Appearing in several films such: PROVERBS and Tree Widow as well television: One Tree Hill, Palmetto Point and host of commercials: Santee Cooper, Food Lion, NASCAR – Toyota & Nationwide Insurance. Her most current film is “Thicker Than Blood”. Her character, Marilyn, comes to terms of dealing with HIV/AIDS today. This film has received great reviews in pre-screenings and is currently being prepped for film festivals and distributorship.
Interested in booking Christina for; Film, Television or Voiceover opportunities, you may contact her agency representative: Evolution Model and Talent Agency, 3205 N. Davidson Street, Ste. 103, Charlotte, NC 29306 – Phone: 704.375.9797. if you have questions for Christina, email your questions to: email@example.com. You may also follow her on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram or visit her website at https://www.christinasmith.info
Christina La’Trell Murray better known as “Chrissy, was born on June 20, 1995. She is from College Park, GA where she still resides. Chrissy works for the state of Georgia at Georgia Department of Driving Services. The main thing that inspires her is her two children, Chase and Kalyn Wells. At the age of one Christina and her sisters were separated from their biological mother. God decided that someone else was a better fit for these young ladies.