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Combat Human Trafficking

This month is National Human Trafficking Prevention Month where I am dedicating time to shed light on the pervasive issue of human trafficking and its profound impact on millions worldwide. This atrocious crime transcends demographics, affecting adults, children, men, women, foreign nationals, and U.S. citizens across various economic classes. Throughout this month, organizations are holding […]

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THE GIFT OF GIVING!

The beauty of giving, especially during the holidays, is something that touches hearts and creates a ripple of joy and positivity. This week, I once again got to experience this incredible feeling through my daughter, Maya Pace.  Maya founded the non-profit, GIFTS – Good for Inmates Families to Share while I was incarcerated because she […]

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Rosalynn Carter’s Legacy on Mental Health

Today I honor the life of Rosalynn Carter and her groundbreaking work in the mental health space. First Lady Carter served her country with strength and grace. In an era where mental illness was a taboo topic and the stigma was severe, Rosalynn Carter intentionally used the platform of her position to make a difference. […]

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How do you find balance each day?

This week has been full of exciting opportunities, celebrations of Diwali, first-time experiences with my daughter, and innovative conversations with potential clients. Each day this week, I have worn a different hat and been completely entrenched, without continuing to worry about what wasn’t getting done. In fact, it has been an exhilarating week. PHEW….is al […]

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What is a True Friend?

What is a true friend? Matthew Perry’s sudden passing has sparked me to reflect on the truth that authenticity and vulnerability creates a true friendship. When we act with sincerity and genuine interest in others, we create lifelong relationships.

And, we must…ignore those others that are simply there for a ride or get something from us. Those people were never friends.

Thank you Friends cast for always reminding of this truth. Rest in power Matthew.

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