Finally! Finally! I am so excited to finally be walking and living on purpose. I have had a passion for sports for a long time. I always thought that I was just a fan of how it made people feel. I have a passion for seeing people happy, being born in the early in the 90s in the Chicago suburbs I was born into a dynasty. My dad was a die-hard Chicago fan and seeing the city when championships and going out in the middle of the night as a toddler pretty much shaped me into the woman I am today.
As I got older and went to college at Shaw University I decided to work in sports information and with that being said I saw a lot. Being a division two school a lot of student-athletes would come to us if they were in trouble, ineligible, or any other situation. I saw a lot and I invested in them and it was hard for me to see that they didn’t take their education seriously. Instead of giving up I took the chance to get to know them, figure out what it is they wanted to do. I never want to be a person who says someone’s dreams and goals are unrealistic. However, I do know that God has a plan for our lives and most of the time it isn’t what we are expecting and hoping for.
So, I am so excited to be in a position where I can study, make money, be happy and make a difference.
I am so excited to be working in Mental Health working with the White House, the NFL, and athletes.
I thank God because this is everything my heart desires. I am so grateful.
This is my prayer.
Jesus, I thank you, for putting me in a place of influence in a place where I can lead by example. Thank you for choosing me to be a person of importance. If I had to do this all over again I would. I pray that you continue to give me discernment over friendships and relationships. Continue to transform my heart and my mind to accept all that you have for me. God provides me with people that pour into me so I can pour into others. God, continue to order my steps.
In Jesus Name