Sanjo’s perseverance is evident in her powerful personal testimony of trials and tribulations and it's translated through her poetry in Black Butterfly…Soaring on the Wings of Poetry and her debut of listen2myheartspeakspoken word CD.
A hospital scare birthed her most recent work, Girl, Get Empty, a power-packed compact read empowering women to release all that God has placed in them. Her process of emptying also included the subsequent release of NyAashia’s Freedom Ride a children’s bedtime story that teaches pride in their heritage and themselves.
financial freedom. Since 2006, Chris has been changing lives through her coaching, keynote speeches, workshops, seminars, blogs, and personal consultations. Her clients are educated and empowered to take control of their finances and live a better life.
She is an author of the bestseller “The Queens Legacy,” “What You Need to Know about Credit &Cosigning,” “Your First Step to Credit Restoration” and “He Jacked up My Credit.” She is also a contributing author for several magazines, newsletters and is the host of her weekly radio show, Real Talk about Credit with Chris. Her latest project, The 21 Day Credit Challenge is moving her clients closer to an 850 credit score in as little as 21 days.
She is a wife and mother of five who speaks from a personal experience of overcoming obstacles, reaching her goals, and walking in her God ordained purpose. Her mission is to change generations by breaking the silence of credit and increasing credit scores one point at a time.
Erica Mobley is the Author of The Defyne Purpose Series which is a collection of short stories used to engage children in open and honest dialogue centered around traumatic experiences to include sexual abuse, social media drama, divorce, the effects of single-parenting, and death to name a few. The stories use very soft dialect for young children (and adults) to be able to think, process, share, and resolve conflict that is rapidly finding its way into our homes in a safe and healthy manner. She believes that to be aware of these very common situations could mean avoiding a lifetime of emotional trauma to everyone involved.