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Struggling in Silence/ Leadsership building

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Being FabulouslyXinXGodsXKingdom

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Shermaine Yvette Jones Franklin was born on March 21st, 1972, to the wonderful parents of Mr. & Mrs. Joseph and Florean Franklin. She was educated through the Nassau County Public School System, graduating in the class of 1990 from Roosevelt Jr. Sr. High School. 
She attended Suburban Technical Business School in 1997, graduating as the Valedictorian of her class with a
degree in Business Administration. This degree opened doors for positions at State Farm Insurance, Aetna
Incorporated, various banking institutions and her current employment of 11 years at the United States Bankruptcy
Court, Eastern District of New York, where she serves as an Executive Administrator to the Clerk of Court and Chief Deputy Clerk. She accepted the Lord Jesus Christ as her personal Savior on June 1
st, 1997, under the Pastorate of Fabian E.Williams of Holy Trinity Baptist Church, in Roosevelt, NY. 

LaKisha C. Brooks, MS is a firm believer that "everyone has the ability to be a great leader". Additionally, she has conducted research on the need for leadership development for college students. She has a Bachelor’s in Speech Communications from Georgia State University and a Master’s in Administrative Leadership from Central Michigan University. LaKisha has used her talents to work as a speaker for companies and clients such as Atlanta Diabetes Association and DLP HDTV at Atlanta Motor Speedway. LaKisha’s big break came when she was cast as a mentor/ life coach on MTV’s hit show MADE. LaKisha Brooks is a trailblazer in leadership and empowerment and lives by the motto of "Create the Strength, Discipline and Freedom to Define Your Self". She is also the author of the book, Leadership's Got Everything to Do With It! 

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