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The Nation Interviews Ms. Kerri L. Davis, C.E.O of KeLaChe' Marketing

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In an effort to spotlight extraordinary women who embody the essence of grace, beauty, determination, and compassion, one would be hard pressed to find a more compassionate lifestyle influencer than Kerri L. Davis |C.E.O. - KeLaChé Marketing|Brand Ambassador|Plus Model|Ms. Madison County Plus 2015|Ms. Nevada Plus America 2015. With humble beginnings rooted in a loving Christian home in Huntsville, Alabama. Through her faith in God, and the belief that her gifts will make room for her, she is proof-positive … that success (like anything else), is a craft that demands hard work and clarity of vision. The life-altering public platform she currently uses to inspire and empower women, is something she was undoubtedly destined to possess; however, her fame and impressive accolades have not come to her without a price. She is every woman, with life experiences and emotional scars that speak openly to her “Purple Passage”, in a voice that assures women of all backgrounds … hope does in fact float. Kerri’s pledge and passion to provide programs and resources to eradicate domestic abuse & violence, come from a place of ‘knowing’ and a personal strength that says it’s ok to remember. With her ability to transpose her personal pain into power, Kerri is sharpening the tools for success, that will not only carve a niche among industry peers, but also delve intimately into the hearts of wounded women, with a force intent on proving … ‘better’ knows no boundary except that of infinity. In the spirit of one-ness, Kerri L. Davis represents the bridge of compassion that supports individuals, causes and dreams - that seek to nourish souls, establish hopes, and ultimately save lives. Kerri L. Davis … is a woman worth knowing, with a spirit worth sharing, for a “Purple Passage” worth supporting .– T. J. Speaks  

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