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Gerald A. Higginbotham (Dr. G) 7-8 PM EST. /Lakeisha Smith ..Discussing Child Molestation

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Gerald A. Higginbotham (Dr. G) book co-author, commercial airline pilot, entrepreneur, and activistDiscussing his book: Collaboration Teamwork and NETWORKING 8-9 :00 PM EST.LAKEISHA SMITH: Speaks on personal life story:Lakeisha Smith, born August 20, 1981 in Rochester, New York at Highland Hospital. Lakeisha attended Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. School #9 from Kindergarten through Sixth grade. From there she went on to attend Jefferson Middle School for 7th and 8th grade. Upon graduation Lakeisha enrolled in East High School where she graduated in 1999. Having a college education and degree was always something Lakeisha dreamed about, however, she didn’t go to college directly after high school.It took her years to finally go to college. She eventually attended Empire State College in November 2006 as a part-time student while being employed at Lifetime Assistance, Inc. as a medical billing clerk.She graduated from Empire State College with an Associate Degree in Business Administration on June 13, 2010. During her time at Empire State College Lakeisha wrote a paper for college level credit based on life experience. In that paper is where Lakeisha, disclosed her story of child molestation. Upon reading this story, a mentor at ESC, encouraged Lakeisha to tell her story at the annual college conference. The conference took place in Syracuse New York on October 16-17, 2009. Before telling her story at the college conference, Lakeisha always wanted to do a documentary with the purpose of helping others. Lakeisha, recorded her presentation at the college conference in order for it to be the main story of her documentary; My Childhood Story. My Childhood Story was completed in December 2010 and aired on Rochester’s Community Access Cable Channel 15 as well as Webster’s Community Access Channel. Lakeisha’s documentary has been used in counseling sessions in Lithonia, GA.

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