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Amicitia Maloon-Gibson: Leadership Success & Jack Watts: Religious Abuse Recovery

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Jo Anne White

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Amicitia Maloon-Gibson, my first guest, is the Founder and CEO of ATIC MG Center for Excellence, a non-profit organization, committed to improve the quality of education, community services and resources to at-risk-youth and their families.

The organization provides services to disenfranchised populations in academics, mentoring, scholarships, leadership development, and life skills.

The for profit entity, MGAA Professional Development Institute providing workshops, seminars, keynotes and products to grow & empower future leaders.

Cita’s a retired Army Lieutenant Colonel, a published author, and a Drury University and Webster University Alumni. Her most recent best seller is “Stepping Stones to Success”.

She is actively engaged in growing and empowering future leaders to become successful.

My second guest is Jack Watts. He's been featured in the Huffington Post and has been a guest on numerous media outlets including ABC and PBS.

His book, Recovery from Religious Abuse: 11 Steps to Spiritual Freedom is about helping wounded Christians reconnect with a loving God.

Watts focuses on emotional and mental religious abuse that misuses the trappings of religion. His book offers a practical recovery program. Drawing from his personal experience, Watts points the way to spiritual freedom.

Jack received an M.A. from Baylor University in church-state studies, and ABD at Emory University in international politics.

He's worked for nearly three decades in marketing, serving Christian ministries and publishers.