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Financial & Life Empowerment: Women and Finance Series #6 w/guest Renata Brown

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The Lionel SHIPman $HAPE YOUR FINANCES Show is a financial and life empowerment show focusing on our lives around money and finances. The show aims to educate and motivate people to improve their financial outlooks and empower them to take charge of their lives and to live life to the fullest. 

Topic: Women and Finances Series #6: Tune in and hear the challenges and achievements of various women in finance and business. Tonight's guest is Renata Brown

Renata holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management. She also received a certification in graphic design from Kennesaw State University of Georgia. Renata served as marketing and advertising director for the Hopewell Baptist Church Drama Guild. In 2013, she booked talent for the show Spoken Sound of Soul on independent artists, station Be100Radio.com. 

Renata’s zeal for the arts and motivational speaking comes from being an artist. She is the publisher of two online magazines A-Spire.me an arts and entertainment magazine and EM-Spire.com and founder of an award show that highlights the arts. Renata also is an accomplished songstress, poet and speaker who began writing poetry at eight years old. “At the heart of me” she states, “I am a creative”. Renata is featured in several anthologies and has appeared on numerous Radio and Television talk shows. She self -published ‘Simply Life is a Poem’ in 2010. In her own words “Artistry is not a hobby for me. The arts are my passion and ministry. Helping other release their creativity is my mission.”

Renata's journey includes being a teen parent at the age of 14. Three years later finding out that her daughter had a genetic incurable disease Sickle Cell Anemia, that she would eventually succumb from complications. Much of her story is colored by these traumatic experiences.

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