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Healing Through Hurt Welcomes Chitoka Webb (Show# 43-2011)

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Chitoka Webb is a successful business owner, motivational speaker and author who lives in Hendersonville, TN.

Raised by her single mother, Webb grew up in the Preston Taylor housing projects, landed her first job in a grocery store at only 13 years old. When a senior in High School, she was told by school authorities she couldn't graduate with her class just a week before the ceremony due to being one point short in her chemistry class. Now, in her mid-30s, Webb owns several businesses—that she founded.

She began her self employed career at 23. In 1999 Webb left Nashville and moved to Atlanta, where she nurtured numerous relationships with professional athletes and successful business leaders. Working as the only female barber alongside 14 other male barbers. Her highlight moment came during Super Bowl XXXIV when she was invited by her client Anthony Dorsett (Son of football great Tony Dorsett) to attend the event as their barber. After much success and accomplishing set goals she returned to Nashville in pursuit of a dream to own her own barbershop, which she opened in October 2001. She worked three full time jobs for three months to make this dream a reality.

Some of Webb's successes include being appointed by the governor of Tennessee as a board of trustee to a state appointed board, a mentor for the Nashville Juvenile Justice Center, president of the Nashville Chamber of Commerce Business Council and being elected to the prestigious Entrepreneurs Organization. Webb currently volunteers as an auditor for the Nashville United Way and serves as a board member for the Middle Tennessee YMCA.

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