Kimberly Holmes was born in Detroit, Michigan. When she was nine years old, she moved with her parents to San Diego, California. At fifteen, she and her siblings were placed in the state’s foster-care system. Despite her difficult childhood, Kimberly graduated from high school and acquired a position with the federal government. At twenty-eight—after the birth of her son—she was diagnosed with clinical depression; three years later, she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Today Kimberly is first and foremost an African American mental-health advocate, as well as a part-time psychology student, mental-health outreach speaker, companion, and mother to a son who also struggles with mental illness. Kimberly, an inspiring writer, hopes to someday become a motivational speaker.
I’m a survivor. I teach. I train. I speak into others with the utmost of authenticity… and on many occasions, I’ve turned my mess into my message.
I am a mother, a minister, mentor, and an author whose passion is to help with inner healing! God wants us whole and set free.
A native of gritty Baltimore City, Howard C. Perkins III, M.Ed. has consistently beat the statistics that an urban city places on a young male of color. The only child, born to a large family education was always very important to the family growing up. Education in Baltimore City Public Schools, college was always on the horizon, and after graduating, he was accepted into Morgan State University. Where he completed his Bachelors of Science in Communications. After working in the finance world of corporate America at Toyota Financial Services and at T.Rowe Price, a change was needed. During his last year, he volunteered with Americorps where he was tasked with working in middle school classrooms, to help reinforce classroom lessons. The fire to teach was lit to teach.
I am an Entrepreneur. Financial Service advisor (money matters), Healing hearts as a nurse & Author!
Ramona M. Gaines is the founder and CEO of Styllwaters' Café Inc. and Styllwaters' Ministries a non-profit-organization that provides a venue for Christian artist to perform and network. The Story of Styllwaters', Ramona’s first book is the inspirational story of life, and passion that lead her to establish the Styllwaters' Café.
The secret I hid for seven years is sure to shock and awe you. It may change your outlook on life, It may motivate you, It may even anger you. Enjoy.
For more than five decades, The San Diego Voice & Viewpoint has faithfully reported on news from an African-American perspective and African-American communities of San Diego County, from small church gatherings to major political campaigns. The book My Prayers Have Power was created to teach children the power of praying for and thinking about others.
"There are many people that are in need of the Gospel message. My goal is to take the message of reconciliation to every person."