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Wealthy Sistas® Jo Grace Author of Sexy Girls Eat SuShi!

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Jo Grace, is a teacher /preacher/speaker/presenter/author, and a ordained minister. Jo Grace says she is, “God-Scotched”, whatever the enemy tries to hit her with it just seems to roll right off. She carries the mantle of her grandmother Mable Johnson, an intercessor whose prayers help to sustain her local church body, and impact the lives of thousands through the power of love. After a good run, trying to convince the Lord to choose another grand-child, JoAnna Grace Johnson settled and accepted the call on her life.
She has served as a leader in various areas of ministry; as an associate pastor, instructor for minister’s in training, personal development for singles, and service coordinator for special events, just to name a few. In 1995 she created Victorious Women Business Network, providing a networking atmosphere for Christian entrepreneurs. She’s the founder and host of Kingdom Spa Retreats, designed for over worked Women, Mothers, Ministers, etc. A well known educator and expert-trainer in the Spa / Wellness industry, Jo Grace provides us with her wisdom on inner beauty; as well as her professional knowledge of aesthetics. She is recognized as a gifted teacher, and expert when it comes to delivering the message on the practical applications of aesthetics. Ms. Grace has more than 20 years in the beauty/spa industry; 12 of those years have been spent in the education arena, personal, and spa salon business development.
Gifted to love and care for other’s she has been a Personal Coach and Encourager to numerous students, friends, and pilgrims on their journey to success & freedom!
She has received a various amount of awards. The 2006 & 2007 National Council of Negro Women ~ Christian Woman of the Year, to name a few.

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