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Women Warriors - Be All You Can Be Against All Odds

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Upcoming on Women Warriors (Jun 4th,Wed at Noon ET), our special guest LaTashia Satterrfield-Ogunlana, founder of Gye Nyame Consulting, a financial services consultation firm, will discuss the topic of “Being all You Can Be Against All Odds.”   Don’t miss this episode to learn key empowerment skills to help you be a leader in your life.

LaTashia C. Satterfield-Ogunlana (O-gun-la-na) is an entrepreneur with field office experience to include financial and enterprise system implementation and training, audit management, interim Director of Finance, Interim Deputy Chief of Party and compliance training and internal audit management. She has participated in writing various proposals for USAID, Department of State, World Bank/Global Funds, Department of Education and private foundations.

LaTashia has managed over 300 million US dollars in USAID funding, over 10 million in World Bank/Global Funds, and millions in grants from US Department of Education and Department of Labor. She is an ordained Itinerant Elder in the African Methodist Church where she serves faithfully on the ministerial staff as the Minister to Women and Singles at the Star of Bethlehem AME Church in Baltimore, MD.  She preaches and presents workshops in the areas of self-esteem; female issues; relationships and sex education, finances, and African culture and religion.

Her educational training in Catholic elementary and secondary schools enabled her to pursue a Master of Divinity at Virginia Union University Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology after completing her BS in Accounting from NC Agricultural and Technical State University.  In February 2011, she earned an Associate Certificate in Project Management from ESI & George Washington University.  To learn more visit www.gyenyameconsulting.net.

 

 

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