Your #1 Change Agent
A vibrant, pulsating and charismatic minister, motivational speaker, spiritual mentor, and marketing consultant. Carenda's highly dynamic and charismatic personality has made her a highly recommended and sought after Change Agent in business and professional circles for Corporate CEOs, small business owners, entrepreneurs and nonprofit and community leaders alike.
A native of Baltimore, MD, Carenda received her bachelor's degree in Business Marketing from the Fashion Institute of Technology in Manhattan, New York; and currently is a graduate student at Regent University pursuing a Masters in Law degree.
In addition to being Editor-in-Chief of Far Above Rubies Magazine, Carenda is also a published author of three books namely, Soul of a Poet, The Wait to Success (Contributing Author), and Perfect Patty Messed Up Devotional. In her pursuit that women were born to live life on the promise of IMPACT, Carenda Deonne LLC was founded.
In our world today, women place unnecessary pressure on themselves striving to live a life of perfection. Carenda did this for many years as a former Pastors wife and entrepreneur. After two failed marriages and failed business relationships, Carenda stopped pointing the finger outward and instead inward. Carenda began to confront her own imperfections, lack of self-love and trust. Only when doing this was Carenda able to live a full, fulfilled and fruitful life. Today, Min Carenda empowers women to TAKE AIM by embracing their imperfections in order to love the unlovable about themselves.
Carenda currently resides in Virginia. She is a licensed minister and a contributing writer for Grace and Glory Magazine. Carenda is also a proud member of the Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce, Black Speakers Network , Free Speakers Bureau and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. Carenda is taking her message of “IMPACT” all across the world, determined to be an undeniable voice.
If your shoes are untied you will trip. If they stay untied you will fall. Don't be your own stumbling block. TAKE AIM!
Min. Carenda Deonne