Join the FLY Coach for the next FLY Conversation when she will be talking to a diverse millennial panel on the topic of self-love. Guests will share their challenges, growing pains and key learning’s on the path to self-love. Their stories are inspiring and they are passionate about empowering youth to live their best life.
Jessica Johnson is a Newark resident and graduated from Richard Stockton College of NJ, in December 2009, with a BA in Psychology and will be a Rutgers MBA student in fall 2014. Jessica orchestrated youth groups for local state and county political campaigns. She is also a St. Vincent Academy Alumni, Class of “05”, and participated in numerous community service activities.
Dana Bochna has experience working in the nonprofit and higher education fields. During her college career, Dana lived abroad in Costa Rica where she attended Universidad Veritas and studied Spanish language and culture. Dana is a proud Rutgers-Newark Alum and currently serves on the Student Engagement Committee for the Rutgers University Alumni Association (RUAA). She is also a current Leadership Newark Fellow Class of 2015.
Jamir Tuten is a native of Camden NJ. He graduated from Richard Stockton College of NJ, in 2010, with a BA in Business Communications. Jamir has submitted freelance work for The Philadelphia Inquirer, Vibe Magazine.com and Essence Magazine’s young journalist column. Jamir is working on his first self-help book for the LBGTQ community. He educates youth on HIV/Aids and healthy living. You can learn more about Jamir and his various endeavors on his lifestyle/culture blog jvwades.wordpress.com.