Wall of Winners - Women who Dream Big...Fight Hard!
This is a showcase of some of the women who reflect the image of our organization...Our Grady McKnight Winners. Others not listed are: Elizabeth Monoa, Antoinette Walker, Sharen Brent & Monica Hopkins.
Brandis Woods, a native of Memphis Tennessee, is currently a student at the University of TN at Knoxville and a proud mother of a beautiful daughter. She was selected as one of our award winners because of her tenacity to reach her goals and make an impact; despite her challenges as a single mother. She is on a full scholarship at the university, but needed our assistance with her off campus expenses that are not covered by the university.
Brandis is a W.I.P. woman...One who Lives to Makes a Difference! She was one of our 2015 Grady Mcknght Award Winners.
Joyce Kyles, a small business owner, is making a difference one woman at a time. As a survivor of domestic abuse, she is empowering other abused women by providing tangible and educational resources to help them become financially independent. We provided her a Grady McKnight award to assist with operational expenses.
Joyce is a W.I.P woman, one who Lives to Make a Difference! She is one of our 2015 Grady Mcknight Award winners!
Michelle Malione is currently completing her studies at SouthWest to become a paralegal. A determined single mother who raised her son to become a responsible adult, is now on a mission to live her life on purpose. She has vision to make an impact by changing and implementing laws to halp make the playing ground a little more even. She wants to help empower women to love themselves and achieve their best. We provided her with a Grady McKnight award to help pay for school expenses.
Michelle is a W.I.P woman because she Lives to Make a Difference! She was our 2014 Grady Mcknight Award Winner.