We asked folks we admire to tell us about what they want their legacy to be. Check out their responses below.

Desiree Dorion | singer/songwriter & lawyer

I think about this question often and recently had a discussion with my kids about this. Particularly about how we want to be remembered when we are no longer in our physical body. When I’m gone, I want people to think of me and smile. Read more>>

Amara Brown | Entrepreneur, Data Strategist and Educator

I want my legacy to be grounded in my courage to be free and joyful. As a Black woman in America, my freedom and joy is one I must demand myself because the system does not want that for me. However, I believe that it’s my birthright. We all deserve that. Read more>>

Charnnette Bailey | Multimedia Creative

I want my legacy to not only be seen on Earth as material gain, but also seen and felt in the difference I can make in people’’s lives, I want my legacy to be such a strong, undeniably positive energy that lives on for generations. Read more>>