Yakinea Marie Duff, a resident of Birmingham, AL, is the Founder and CEO of the I Am Woman Network, LLC an organization that promotes, platforms, and positions the products and services of women entrepreneurs. She is also Executive Director of the I Am Woman Network Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization that focuses on mentoring young female entrepreneurs for success.
Yakinea Marie a is a Transformational Speaker, Author, Wealth Strategist, Entrepreneur, and Event Collaborator: who plans, organizes, and host educational and coaching forums through workshops, teleseminars, retreats, and conferences to empower business leaders in the marketplace. She is responsible for collaborating and partnering with corporate and spiritual leaders, as well as business professionals nationally in hopes of providing the strategies and tools necessary for economic and personal development.
As an author she shares her story of pain, failure, power, and hope in her first book “The Strength of a Woman: Born to Turn Pain into Power”, which empowers women to overcome their past, expand their purpose, and explore their potential, while embracing the totality of who they are.
As a transformational speaker she has spoken in diverse arenas: business and leadership strategy workshops, tele-summits, ministries, numerous radio talk shows, as well as youth organizations and colleges.
Yakinea Marie has received numerous awards for leadership, one being the 2008 Coretta Scott King Humanitarian Award for outstanding leadership. Under the leadership of Pastors Dr. Michael D. and Kennetha Moore of Faith Chapel Christian Center Yakinea Marie received her ministerial license. She is a vision partner at Faith Chapel Christian Center and serves as the Team Leader for the Intercessory Prayer Ministry. She is the mother to one son and daughter-in-law, and grandmother to one granddaughter. www.YakineaMarie.com.
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