Friday, March 1, 2024

AAALAC 🌟 Celebrating an Inspirational Queen for International Women's History Month! 🌟 Lateshia Shanette Lane


 πŸ‘‘ Celebrate the amazing Queen, Lateshia Shanette Lane, for International History Month! From a young girl in Valdosta, GA to a successful entrepreneur and philanthropist in Atlanta, Lateshia's journey is truly inspiring. She overcame challenges, beat Covid-19, and is now empowering women with her self-development book club. Let's honor her resilience and dedication to making a difference in the world! #Queen #Empowerment #Philanthropy #InternationalHistoryMonth #Inspiration πŸŒŸπŸ‘πŸ“š


Lateshia Shanette Lane is a proud native of Valdosta, GA. She prides herself on being the beautiful daughter of Wanda Denson, a philanthropist and founder of Servants of God with Open Arms and the late Dewitt Collins. Lateshia is the proud mother of Jamaal and Jacary Lane and grandmother of  her little prince charming Lamaaj Lane.  She is honored to be a former student and Alumni of Valdosta High School and a product of the Valdosta City School System, also known as the home of the Mighty Wildcats and Title town USA. She has always enjoyed giving her time to the community of Valdosta,  beginning with her first job at the age of 14 years old at the Valdosta Food Pantry where she sorted canned goods and nonperishable food items for families in need in conjunction with the JTPA teen work program. Lateshia was nurtured in a single-family household where she learned from her mother at an early age that when you work hard, life will afford you opportunities to play harder. As a young girl, Lateshia always aspired to be an advocate for change.

 As a change agent, she began her college career at Valdosta State University, where she pursued an English Degree in Secondary Education. She began her educational career as a Paraprofessional in the Lowndes County School System. She enjoyed being able to explore all facets of becoming a Middle School Teacher. It was during this time, that Latshia partnered with the Raintree Children’s Village to become the resident hairstylist for the girls in the group home and became a beauty and self-esteem mentor for the girls. After building a great bond with the girls at the group home, she realized how much she was instrumental in the enhancement of the girl’s self-esteem. This motivated her to pursue a hidden passion of becoming a Licensed Master Cosmetologist. Lateshia completed her Master of Cosmetology education at the Valdosta Academy of Beauty Culture as the Valedictorian of her class, under the Leadership of Hassan Rashadeen and Timothy Riley, both Certified Master Cosmetologist Instructors. Lateshia didn’t just stop there; she prides herself on being the first grandchild in her family to become a business owner. As an entrepreneur, Lateshia lead a very successful business by offering job opportunities to other hairstylists and barbers in the city of Valdosta. She prides herself on  having one of the first Black beauty salons to participate in the Annual Valdosta Christmas parade with a semi-float that exhibited a Mock Salon and Models that Vogued the entire route. 

Lateshia has always thrived on being a trailblazer for the beauty industry and community at large. She always dared to never be confined in a box or circle and found ways to go over and beyond the norm. Lateshia, being married at the time, relocated to Atlanta, GA with her family where she would embark a new atmosphere to save a category 5 marriage and fulfill her destiny. After less than 2 years she realized that hopes for a healthy marriage was at the end of its rope. After Divorcing her kids’ father and becoming a domestic violence survivor, she began the quest to direct her energies toward nurturing children during this season of change and helping them become involved in philanthropy work. 

Lateshia Later endeavored to obtain her Certification as a Master Cosmetologist Instructor. She is proud of her experience as a Beauty Professional Platform Stylist and Educator. She has shared her talents in front of thousands of women during the Atlanta Black Family Expo. This Expo was showcased the gifts of many Blacks in the areas of beauty, entrepreneurship, food business, black authors for children and adults, ethnic designers, and financial literacy.   Lateshia loves to educate women on healthy hair care, product knowledge, and self-esteem awareness. She has also partnered with Hosea Helps, Non-profit organization founded by the late Hosea Williams, Civil Rights Leader, Activist.  This partnership allowed her to share her beauty expertise by grooming the homeless women population of Atlanta, GA with trending hairstyles and many words of motivation and inspiration. She has been Interviewed on several occasions by the Local News Stations in Atlanta for her philanthropy work. 

Lateshia is a former member of the National 100 Black Women of Atlanta, Dekalb Chapter. She is honored to have been a member of a model chapter that focused on women empowerment in the strategic areas of, Economic Empowerment, Health and Wellness, Public Policies and Procedures and Public Relations, and Education. During her time of philanthropy work, she reminisces on the opportunity of being able to deliver letters to the office of Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House at the onset of the Covid-19 Pandemic. These letters outlined and detailed the issues that plagued black women across the United States of America. After a Life-threatening crisis being hospitalized with Covid-19, Lateshia, a warrior for change, beat the odds of Covid -19 after an extensive hospital stay. It was during this illness that she received divine enlightenment that women in our society were dealing with an all-time high plight of self esteem issues, mental health, and the lack of self love. During her recovery, she set out to create a safe space for women to meet virtually that would allow them to have a safe haven, to know that they matter,  their voices matter, and that true inner beauty exudes from within. This safe place has become a place of self-development. After much thought and careful planning, Lateshia created a self-development book club that would allow women to become the best version of themselves from the inside out and beat their best yet.

 In the Fall of 2023, Lateshia found herself at a crossroads of life when death separated her from her lifelong Mentor and God mom, Mrs. Irene Godfrey Miller. This unexpected and sudden loss became the second most heartbreaking encounter in her life. She continues to grieve this loss daily. Lateshia always knew to be absent in the body was to be present with the Lord, and her season had finally come to an end with a woman that helped mold and change the trajectory of her life in becoming a Philanthropist. Her mentor taught her to live life to the fullest, and in the end, there would be no regrets; however, Lateshia had one regret, and that was not becoming the founder of two organizations that were dear to her heart and the heart of her mentor.

 Lateshia did not make her deadline to create a non-profit organization for Women and Domestic Violence. Instead of falling prey to her grief, it stoked a fire that caused her to keep busy focusing on creating two nonprofit organizations registered in the State of Georgia.  As of October, 2023, Lateshia became the founder of S.I.S.T.A.S. R.E.A.D. Book Club Inc., which consists of women across the nation. The organization went public in January of 2024.  I.R.E.N.E.S. Against Domestic Violence, Inc. organization will go public in the second quarter of 2024. Lateshia’s favorite inspirations in life are “Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you learn better, you are accountable for doing better,” and “How you do anything, is how you do everything.”

Sunday, February 25, 2024

AAALAC 🌟 Celebrating an Inspirational Queen for International Women's History Month| HONORING Dena Crecy


This International Women's History Month, we want to honor and celebrate the incredible Queen Dena Crecy. As a believer and follower of Jesus Christ, a mother, grandmother, author, speaker, coach, and Distinguished Toastmaster, Dena embodies strength, faith, and empowerment.

Dena's passion for sharing God's word and helping women discover their purpose is truly inspiring. Through her books, speaking engagements, and coaching, she has impacted countless lives and helped women find fulfillment in relationships, career, finances, and life purpose.

Her dedication to empowering women led her to establish Relationships God Style, a nonprofit organization that seeks to disciple women into the purposes of God using biblical principles. Dena's commitment to serving others and spreading love and hope is truly commendable.

As a mother of two adult children and a proud granny, Dena's love and wisdom shines through in everything she does. Her authenticity, compassion, and unwavering faith are a beacon of light in a world that sometimes feels dark.

We applaud Queen Dena Crecy for her tireless work, her unwavering faith, and her commitment to empowering and uplifting women around the world. Thank you, Dena, for being a true queen and a shining example of strength and grace. Happy International Women's History Month! #QueenDenaCrecy #EmpoweredWomen #WomenOfFaith

AAALAC 🌟 Celebrating an Inspirational Queen for International Women's History Month| HONORING Sophia Monique Cooper


🌟πŸ’ͺ🏿 Honoring Queen Sophia Cooper for International Women's History Month πŸ’ͺ🏿🌟

Meet the phenomenal Sophia Cooper, a true inspiration and advocate for survivors of rape, sexual assault, spousal abuse, and domestic violence. Not only is she a minister, but she holds a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree, with a further pursuit of an Ed D in Community Counseling. 

Sophia is a psalmist, inspirational speaker, and mental health advocate, shining a light on important topics through her weekly spotlight and blog. Her passion for praise and worship is evident in all that she does.

With four incredible books under her belt, including 'A Journey to the Truth' and 'Lust, Lies, & Love', Sophia's storytelling captivates and empowers readers to overcome their own challenges and find their truth.

Join us in celebrating the resilience and strength of Queen Sophia Cooper this International Women's History Month! πŸŒŸπŸ‘‘πŸ’– #WomenEmpowerment #Inspiration #SurvivorStrong #QueenSophiaCooper



Sophia Cooper is a native of Savannah, Georgia. She is an ordained minister. She has a bachelor’s degree from Saint Leo University in Human Services, a master’s degree in Human Service Counseling: Executive Leadership from Liberty University, and is currently pursuing an Ed D in Community Counseling from Liberty University. She is a psalmist; inspirational speaker; and a survivor turned advocate for survivors of rape, sexual assault, spousal abuse, and rape by a domestic partner. She is a strong advocate of mental health awareness with a weekly spotlight “Monday’s Mental Health Moment” and a blog “” She has a passion for praise and a heart for worship. She is the author of four books “A Journey to the Truth: Breaking the Cycles that Bind” (an inspirational), “Never…Too…Late…”(fiction), “The Devil in my Bed”(fiction), and “Lust, Lies, & Love” (poetry).

TestimonialI highly recommend 'A Journey To The Truth' as a MUST READ for anyone struggling with the challenges of life, living with decisions, and has a void in their life because of trials and secrets. This book is a page-turner and you will not be able to put it down.
A Journey To The Truth is undoubtedly a book that transforms the reader to evaluate their own lives with each page and helps the reader to get a clear perspective on the book and on life.

Latonia Y. Hendry

AAALAC 🌟 Celebrating an Inspirational Queen for International Women's History Month| HONORING Brenda J. Williams

  In honor of International Women's History Month, we celebrate Queen Brenda J. Williams! 🌟 Author of "Breakdown to Breakthrough" and Co-Author of "Collaboration," Brenda is a true walking miracle who has experienced the healing power of God firsthand. Overcoming anxiety, depression, and fear, Brenda's journey is a testament to the strength and resilience of women everywhere. Through her books, she shares spiritual tools and wisdom to help others cope with their own challenges. As the CEO of BWCIC, Brenda also works tirelessly to uplift her community through outreach programs and the performing arts. A Pastor and a Playwright, Brenda's impact extends far and wide. Don't miss the chance to hear her speak, attend her workshops, or watch her stage play, "The Five Foolish Virgins." Reach out to Brenda for speaking engagements, interviews, and more at Let's celebrate this incredible Queen and the powerful message she shares with the world! πŸ‘‘πŸ’ͺ #InternationalWomensHistoryMonth #QueenBrendaJWilliams #BreakdownToBreakthrough #HealingJourney #Empowerment #CommunityImpact


Brenda J. Williams is the Author of the Book, Breakdown to Breakthrough; Co-Author of the Book Collaboration, “Stronger, Beer, Wiser - Walk into the New You All books can be purchased on and multiple platforms.

Brenda is truly a “Walking Miracle” confirming that God is a Healer! Brenda began experiencing anxiety, depression, fear, and nervousness while going through a divorce. Brenda was on her way to a sanitarium, but God stepped in and healed her mind through prayer and applying the Word of God. Brenda's Book, Breakdown to Breakthrough is written to encourage, strengthen, and give the reader hope that God can restore your mind! Breakdown to Breakthrough informs, instructs, and teaches you how to cope with Fear, Anxiety, and Depression through spiritual tools given through the Word of God.

Author Brenda J. Williams is a living testimony that the Word of God works! Brenda J. Williams has been featured on, A Beer You Podcast with Dr. Anthony McFarland – The Impact of Trauma – Breakdown to Breakthrough; featured on Kingdom Vessels Making an Impact with James Hardy Music and Film; featured on Dr. Rosie Milligan's Live Internet Talk Show on Depression, The Book “Breakdown to Breakthrough” was Featured on Curs Kelley (Earthquake Kelley's) Podcast; Brenda has been featured on Daughter of the King Television Network several times.

Brenda J. Williams is also the CEO of BWCIC, Building Walls Community Improvement Corporation. BWCIC builds up the walls of hope in the community by bringing Outreach Programs, Conferences, Workshops, Stage Plays through the Performing Arts, and other Media Platforms to teach and include at-risk teens. Brenda is currently a Playwright, Producer, and Director of her own Stage Play, “The Five Foolish Virgins.” Brenda is currently a Pastor under the leadership of Chief Apostle Michael L. Rowles at the Wrecking Crew for Christ Holiness Church in Los Angeles. Brenda J. Williams is available for Speaking Engagements, Interviews, Book Readings, Women's Conferences, and


Friday, February 23, 2024

AAALAC 🌟 Celebrating an Inspirational Queen for International Women's History Month| HONORING BLOSSOM ROGGERS


In honor of International Women's History Month, let's shine a spotlight on the incredible Blossom Rogers! This powerful queen has overcome addiction and is now dedicated to helping others on their journey to recovery.

Blossom is a beacon of light, a motivational speaker, author, and founder of the Safe Haven From Under a Bridge non-profit organization. She is on a mission to provide support and guidance to women battling addiction, helping them reclaim their lives and love themselves again.

But she can't do it alone! Let's come together and support this amazing cause. Whether it's through a donation or spreading the word, every little bit helps in building a brighter future for these women and their families.

Join us in celebrating Queen Blossom Rogers and her unwavering commitment to making a difference in the lives of others. Let's help her continue to be a source of hope and inspiration for those in need. Together, we can make a difference! πŸ‘‘πŸŒŸπŸ™Œ

#InternationalHistoryMonth #WomenEmpowerment #SupportQueenBlossom #RecoveryIsPossible #SafeHavenFromUnderABridge

Romans 8:28 "And we know that all things work together for good to them that loves God, to them who are the called according to His purpose."

Let me introduce you to Blossom Rogers!! She will tell you, "I am not perfect, but I serve a perfect God!" Blossom has a servant's heart and story to teil Her soul is vibrant, vivacious and contagious!

Blossom Rogers is Recovery Support Specialist for the Capstone College of Nursing She is an accomplished Certified Peer Specialist as well as a Certified Recovery Support Specialist. She enjoys what she does being that she is also in recovery after having an addiction to crack cocaine for 19 years.

Through many trials and tribulations. she has remained clean and sober for 19 years obtaining many accomplishments She is the author of From Under a Bridge I & II, And They Laughed and When They Laughed, a motivational speaker, as well as the owner of Tears from Under a Bridge LLC

Ms. Rogers also created the Safe Haven From Under a Bridge (a 501(c)(3) non-profit), which is dedicated to help women fighting addiction and their children whose objective is to remain sober. It is a true passion for Blossom to help lead others that may suffer with addictions to overcome the battle through guidance, motivation, or simply sharing her story. She is dedicated to the fight to win the battle. This shelter will be a 3 bedroom/2 bath house at 2426 3rd St E Tuscaloosa, AL 35404.

For eight months to one year these women will have the opportunity learn and develop the tools to be able to get back out in the world and reclaim their lives and love themselves again

Here are a few links to watch and hear directly from Blossom:


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If you feel led to donate to this ministry and get the building of this home up and going, it will be greatly appreciated! Let's help these women get off the streets and start putting their families back together!

If you need a motivational speaker, Blossom is your girl!!

Feel free to reach out and discuss this opportunity to help our community with the battle of addiction.

Donations can be made by checks made payable to "From Under a Bridge", Cash App $BlossomRogers, Zelle Blossom Rogers or Wells Fargo | (305) 753-8164

AAALAC 🌟 Celebrating an Inspirational Queen for International Women's History Month! & 1st-stop Dallas/Fort Worth Texas | AAALAC-Chasing your Dream Book Tour |WITH Yolanda Wilson Smith


 Yolanda Wilson Smith (author); Book---A 21 Day Gratitude Journal for Busy Women


Join us in celebrating the incredible Yolanda Wilson Smith this International Women's History Month! πŸŽ‰ From Chicago to Fort Worth, she has made a lasting impact as the First Lady of Thy Word MB Church and as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Her compassion, humor, faithfulness, and servant heart inspire us all. 
But that's not all - Yolanda is also an Author, Speaker, Trainer, and Authentic Life-Purpose Coach for First Ladies! πŸ“š✨ Her newly released 21 Day Gratitude Journal for Busy Women is a must-have for those looking to live life with intentionality. Let's give a round of applause for this phenomenal woman who is truly making a difference in the world. 

Visit her website for more information and show her some love in the comments below! πŸ’–πŸ‘ #WomenEmpowerment #Trailblazer #InternationalWomensHistoryMonth #GratitudeJournal #AuthenticSelf #LeadershipUnlimited


Yolanda Wilson Smith is a native of Chicago, IL. She is the wife of Pastor C. R. Smith and the First Lady of Thy Word MB Church in Fort Worth, TX upon their marriage in 2004. Being a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, she has been able to embark upon different career paths. She is known for her compassion, sense of humor, faithfulness, servant heart, people person and being family oriented. 

Author Notes: 

Authentic Life-Purpose Coach for First Ladies 

Group Coaching Program. 

Believe in living life with intentionality. Co-host of Turnaround Tuesday, a monthly devotion and prayer on Clubhouse Platform. Authored six books, Living a Life Poured; Living Life Purposefully, An Adult Coloring Journal; “My Authentic Self, Releasing the True Me” Workbook Journal for Adults and for Teenagers; Becoming Your True Self. 

Newly Book Release--A 21 Day Gratitude Journal for Busy Women.



FB: authoryolandawilsonsmith 

email: Phone: 817-891-2162 


Practical Journal for 

practicing gratitude, Nancy

Great prompts for 

self-reflections, Kim. 

This book helps you to appreciate the little things in life, Bre’Anna

Tuesday, February 20, 2024


LIFE UNSCRIPTED WITH DANI MARIE 5:30 AM (angela smith) (02/20/2024)

Quick recap

Dani and Queen discussed Queen's digital projects and initiatives, including a podcast, magazine, and a project to raise awareness about wrongfully incarcerated individuals. They also touched on the importance of collaboration and the need for clear agreements and expectations. The conversation then shifted to personal experiences and perspectives on storytelling, including the impact of mental health issues and loss. Queen also shared her plans to improve the education system and advocate for domestic violence survivors, and Dani expressed concern about the rise in looting and carjacking incidents among youth.


Queen's Digital Projects and Tour Updates
Dani and Queen discussed Queen's digital presence and creative projects. Queen shared about her involvement in a podcast, a magazine, and a project to bring awareness to wrongfully incarcerated individuals. She also mentioned a group she co-founded in 2016 to promote diversity in the literary world. Issues with the functionality of Queen's podcast and magazine links were acknowledged and planned to be addressed. Queen also announced the return of their "Chasing a Dream" group tour after a pandemic-induced hiatus, with the tour set to begin in Dallas Fort Worth and make stops across the US.

                                          Queen's Journey to Overcoming Adversity                                                          Angela Thomas Smith, also known as Queen, shared her personal journey of overcoming adversity and promoting collaboration. She discussed her experiences with domestic violence and suicide attempts, her faith, and her journey from starting an after-school program to becoming an author, podcast host, and magazine owner. Queen emphasized the importance of self-initiative and faith in achieving one's goals and expressed her commitment to helping others, especially those in dark places. Dani acknowledged Queen's significant contributions to collaboration and her humility.
Collaboration and Passion: Queen's Advice to Dani
Dani sought advice from Queen on the topic of collaboration, especially concerning the selection of suitable partners. Queen underscored the importance of shared passion and vision, understanding individual contributions, and being willing to let others shine. She highlighted the potential for finding support in unexpected places, like strangers, and the necessity of letting people get to know oneself. The conversation then shifted as Dani introduced a new topic related to a collaborative project in the podcasting space.
Collaboration and Trust Issues
Dani expressed her frustration about feeling excluded from the benefits of a collaborative book project she had contributed significantly to. Queen suggested that clear agreements and expectations should be established at the beginning to prevent such situations. Queen also shared her own experience about a young lady who uploaded her book on a platform under her name and later used the content as her own, which led to Queen paying for the book's sale and the lady charging her for it. Queen highlighted the importance of caution when dealing with people who use titles to gain trust.
Storytelling, Promises, and Community Reflections
The Queen and Dani discussed their experiences and perspectives on storytelling. They expressed their frustration towards someone who was not fulfilling their promises in an anthology project. They also emphasized the importance of sharing stories and how they can inspire hope and courage. The Queen shared her experiences of guiding someone else through content creation and they both agreed that everyone has a story worth sharing. Additionally, The Queen reflected on her childhood in the Carolinas, sharing positive memories of her time on a farm and the sense of community there.
Queen's Emotional Journey With Mother's Illness
Queen shared her emotional journey about her mother's passing, the impact it had on her life, and her experiences during her mother's deteriorating health. She expressed gratitude for her mother's support and guidance, and her coach, Monica D. Davis, who recognized her potential in basketball and supported her during her mother's illness. Queen also shared a traumatic dream she had about her mother's passing, which led to a discussion with Dani, who responded empathetically to Queen's story.
Queen and Dani's Personal Journeys
Queen and Dani had a candid conversation about their personal experiences. Queen shared her struggle with depression and her first suicide attempt, which she linked to her brother's college. She also discussed her recurring dreams that often foreshadowed loss in her life. Dani opened up about her own losses, including a miscarriage, and emphasized the importance of family support. They further discussed the lessons Queen's mother had taught her, with a focus on kindness and treating others as one would wish to be treated. Queen shared how her mother's advice has influenced her actions and interactions with others.
Queen's Mental Health and Youth Empowerment
Queen shared her personal experiences, including struggles with mental health and family issues, and her decision to seek professional help. She emphasized the importance of seeking help for mental health issues and the positive impact it had on her life. Queen also discussed her involvement in a youth program she started in 2016, called the E. 3 Experience, aimed at educating, empowering, and encouraging children. She shared the program's success stories and her motivation behind starting it - to be the change she wanted to see in the world. Dani responded with empathy and understanding throughout the conversation.
Queen's Education and Domestic Violence Advocacy
Queen voiced her concerns over South Carolina's educational ranking and domestic violence issues and shared her plans to improve the education system and advocate for domestic violence survivors. She highlighted the importance of individuals finding their purpose and destiny. Queen also discussed her decision to work with the prison system, inspired by individuals she encountered who had been wrongfully incarcerated. She emphasized the school-to-prison pipeline and the need for early childhood education. Queen also brought attention to the construction of new prisons across the US, including a billion-dollar prison system in Alabama that will be operated by robots. She suggested that investment in education and spending time with children, rather than just sending them to school, was necessary. Dani agreed with Queen's points.
Storytelling, Slavery, and Social Justice
Queen and Dani discussed the importance of accurate storytelling and the impact of YouTube's control over the narrative. They also touched on the trauma caused by slavery and the need for more awareness about it. Queen emphasized the need for change, suggesting the possibility of starting their own government if necessary. She drew a parallel to the French Revolution and highlighted the need for persistence in the fight for fairness. Queen also expressed her concerns about wrongful incarceration cases, criticizing the treatment of juveniles and the denial of parole to those who have served their time. Dani did not contribute significantly to the discussion.
Youth Crime, Parenting, and Brown Author Promotion
Dani expressed concern about the rise in looting and carjacking incidents among youth, attributing it to a lack of guidance and peer pressure. Queen advised parents to be selective about their children's social circles and to maintain involvement in their lives. She also emphasized the importance of monitoring children's activities. Furthermore, Queen shared about the upcoming "Chasing Your Dream" book tour, aiming to promote awareness for brown authors worldwide and focusing on literacy and entrepreneurship. She expressed concern over South Carolina's declining education rankings and planned to incorporate workshops focused on entrepreneurship, marketing, and networking in the tour.
Queen's Plans for Networking, Education, and Nigeria Visit
The Queen discussed her plans for an upcoming event focused on networking and education, featuring local news reporters, an acclaimed Dallas opera singer, and Councilman Chris Nettle. The Queen announced her plans to visit Nigeria in October 2025, with the goal of empowering women and children through poetry and other arts. She also expressed her willingness to speak at community events and her desire to inspire and uplift others.
Next steps
• Queen will kick off the Chasing Your Dream book tour and host events in various cities, including Dallas, Los Angeles, and Lagos. She plans to donate books to schools in the Virgin Islands and may speak at events in Nigeria.

AAALAC 🌟 Celebrating an Inspirational Queen for International Women's History Month! 🌟 Lateshia Shanette Lane

   πŸ‘‘ Celebrate the amazing Queen, Lateshia Shanette Lane, for International History Month! From a young girl in Valdosta, GA to a successfu...