We asked some of the most inspiring folks in the community to tell us where they want to be professionally by the end of their careers.

Lacee Watkins | Owner & Founder of Kay Social

My goal for Kay Social is always to help small businesses thrive. There is nothing more satisfying to me than being a part of growing a brand to establish a loyal and engaged customer base. Read more>>

Actor Jacqueline Hilton | Actor

I will be a Millionaire! I will still be producing film & TV and acting but traveling much more, I will also have more Airbnb properties. Enjoying my family and friends. Read more>>

Nikki R Miller | Independent Filmmaker/Author/Actor/Singer-Songwriter/Entrepreneur

To leave this world as an empty vessel when I”m done with my assignments here on earth. By the end of my career, I want to have poured out into the world all of the gifts and talents God created in me to share with others as a Filmmaker, Singer, Actor and Writer. I desire to be known and celebrated as an acclaimed entrepreneur and philanthropist who wasn’t afraid to speak up for what was right nor compromised to get ahead. Read more>>

Nedra Deadwyler | Cultural Heritage Creator, Artist, Advocate (mobility justice and preservation of Black Spaces) and community builder

My end goal in life is to live the life I was created and designed to live. From an early age, I learned how to listen to myself and to make decisions based on my values. Making decisions based on values, beliefs, or what I thought to be the right thing to do, was generally not easy, comfortable, or fun. For most of my life, I’ve taken the quiet route and just walked away. As engaging in conversation could mean me compromising myself because it would endear me to the person in front of me. I’ve not always gotten it right and I still have many things to learn about intentionality and courage; however, I’ve taken numerous steps in the past in these directions. At the end of my professional career, I don’t want to feel like I’ve worked my entire life towards goals. Read more>>