Transparency is key to healing. A combination of both education and life experience is what Precious brings to every discussion. Her dynamic, presentation draws in most participants. Precious is an ordained/licensed Minister, a certified Youth Mental Health First Aid Responder, and a published Author. Having overcame being the daughter of heroin addicted parents, being the survivor of childhood physical and sexual abuse, in addition to multiple other life issues; she now tells her story to help others heal, grow, and reposition themselves. She speaks on the following topics: Overcoming depression, low self esteem, and body shaming, Healing after child abuse, Your not damaged good – loving yourself after rape/molestation, Forgiving and setting free your drug addicted parent, What about the children? – a self evaluation to identify how our mistakes impact our children, I Don’t Do Females – Overcoming Trust Issues Between Females. She is the author of the “Who Says A Princess Can’t Come From The Ghetto?” series which is the story of her life. Each book in the series a different time frame, different obstacle, and different resolution written to empower, motivate, and encourage women that they too can both survive and succeed.