Phoenix-Womanhood In Bloom, Inc. - Rising above adversity, Leading by example, Empowered by life
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Our people are among the most talented in the industry. It would be our pleasure to put our extensive experience to work for you.
 
Elaine Bernard  Knitting Fall 2012
Elaine Bernard Knitting Fall 2012
Our friend Elaine shared her very touching story. In 2010 she had a massive stroke. She had to re-learn everything; how to talk, walk, and to care for herself. Elaine had a vibrant career as a cosmetologist. But, after her stroke; her fine motor skills had diminished. Elaine decided to join our free learn to knit workshop where she quickly thrived. We wish her the best in the future and hope that she continues to persevere and join us at future events
Michelle Esema
My name is Michelle Esema and I am a junior Early Childhood Education major at the University of Maryland, College Park. I was part of the Diamond Debutante program in 2005-2006. Some of my fondest high school memories come from being a part of the Diamond Debutante Program. Not only did I get the opportunity to form a close bond with 10 other women, but I also gained long lasting friendship that have stood the test of time. In this program I gained personal and professional skills that have benefited me in my college career. I was mentored by women who demonstrated what it means to be a leader and a professional. This program means so much to me because I am aware that I gained experiences and received knowledge at such a transformational age. Currently I am in school working towards my degree in education, so that I can teach in one of Maryland’s public school systems. Since the program I have carried the leadership qualities instilled in me into my college experience. I am the president of the student chapter of the National Education Association and I also spend time mentoring with America Reads. I have had the opportunity to have mentors who have influenced my life in positive ways and I hope to be a mentor and an inspiration for my future students.
Michelle Esema
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