SAVED by the RAINBOW: A Breast Cancer Survivor's Compelling Journey to Survive Through Faith
Human Resources Development/Management
Seminars and topics offered:
- Building Faith
- Overcoming Challenges/Anxiety
- Caregiver Support
- You are Beautiful: Look Good and Feel Better About Yourself
Prior to retiring, Wanda was employed as a Human Resources Regional Manager with 31 years of experience in the corporate sector for a Fortune 500 company. She has experience and expertise in Problem Solving, Business Management, Training and Development, Diversity and Workplace Issues.
Wanda is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri earning her Bachelors of Science degree in Psychology and two earned Masters of Science degrees in; Business Management and the other earned Masters in Human Resources Development.
She herself has experienced adversity in many ways and understands the challenges to move mountains set before her.
Her book, "Saved by the Rainbow" is Wanda's spiritual convictions about faith and inspires us to believe and trust in God and his promises to us. Her testament of faith will encourage you as you are faced with any challenge or obstacle placed before you at the least expected moment of your life.
Wanda's twelve years as a cancer survivor prepared her to write her book which sums her experiences while going through the journey of cancer.
Wanda was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri and now resides in a small area near Orlando, Florida with her family. She has been retired for thirteen years. Wanda is currently a member of the Professional Women's Network, National Congress of Black Women, Tuskegee Airmen GDCJJ Chapter, NAACP and Webster University Alumni Association. Her speaking style is relatable to all races. ethnicity, nationality and gender and is available to conduct seminars in churches, workshops, organizations and personal coaching on a local and national level.
Her current work is within the community as a volunteer for the American Cancer Society, Hearts for Veterans and the Children's Hunger Project in Central Florida.