So many of the folks we work with have multidimensional stories. They often aren’t just working on a single project, business or mission – instead they are often involved in so many things all at once and so we often wonder about what they themselves hope their legacy will be about. We’ve shared some of their responses with you below.
Terreion Wells | Entrepreneur & Registered Nurse
I would prefer my legacy in the hair care industry be one of quality, honesty & longevity. My husband and I have worked tirelessly to bring toxic/conflict free Natural Hair Care products to a demographic of people who have often been underserved when it comes to safety over profits in the hair care business. Read more>>
Gisellia Mouele Makita | Scholarships Advisor | Going To College Free
With God, anything is possible, and that is the legacy I want to leave behind. I want to be an example for others so they can see that God exists. As a vessel of God I will assist families and generations in breaking the cycles of poverty. I have a huge amount of compassion for people, so seeing them struggle brings tears to my eyes. Since that is my background, I completely understand it. We do not, in my opinion, have to accept our roots or upbringing. Impellingo will be a legacy and will change students lives. Students will learn from me that they are capable of achieving the unthinkable. Read more>>
Kim Golden | Author & aspiring public speaker
I want my legacy to be that I fought and survived all the pain, abuse and rejection and helped others to do the same. I never gave up. I want people to remember me by how I inspired and helped others through their pain with my words of encouragement as I went from city to city speaking of ways to make a change in their lives for the betterment of their futures. Read more>>