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Written By: Maria Lopez, FLP Spanish Conversation Mentor and Social Media Consultant
Edited By: Shatoyia Jones, FLP Personal and Professional Development Mentor
During this uncertain time in quarantine, some of us might think this is the perfect time for unlimited hours of Netflix, virtual happy hours and just chilling. I have always believed times like these are a time to re-invent ourselves, to think outside the box and do things we have always wanted to do.
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First Ladies of Poverty Foundation is an award-winning mentoring community and membership program for hard-working and talented people of color seeking a personal blueprint for overcoming systemic barriers of oppression to escape an unfulfilling lifestyle and attain a higher quality of life.
The First Ladies of Poverty Foundation Scholarship and Grant Programs are created to give under-served, under-represented and low-income individuals the education, tools and network necessary to overcome systematic barriers of oppression for the chance to:
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by: Founder, CEO personal and professional development mentor, Shatoyia Jones
Iniko and Adeben are friends who are tired of doing all of the "right" things and seeing little to no rewards. Tired of dedicating time, talent and energy to college, jobs and various relationships only to be left with pennies (if that) in the bank, not being able to provide a quality life for their loved ones and no sense of enthusiasm, purpose or fulfillment in life. Tired of being sick and tired.
by Kristine Jones, FLP (First Ladies of Poverty Foundation) Travel Agent and Consultant
Edited by Shatoyia Jones, FLP Personal and Professional Development Mentor
From Barbie Shots to Love Potions, First Ladies of Poverty Foundation travel agent & consultant Kristine Jones is helping bring amazing quarantinis from her travels around the world right to your home!
by Shatoyia Jones, Founder and CEO; Personal/Professional development mentor at First Ladies of Poverty Foundation
You are at home, making dinner, handling business on a phone call.
You get a phone call from a friend.
"I am so sorry this happened. What can I do?"
You stand, perplexed.
"What do you mean? What happened?"
***Silence on the other end ***
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Below you will find resources that will help with funding for college and paying off student loans.
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The Most Common Way We Give Up Power is By Believing That We Don't Have Any.
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