What does living a legacy mean to you? Could it mean one of these people below or someone else that inspires or have inspired you? Please share someone who is living a legacy. This post was inspired by Aurea McGarry’s Live Your Legacy Summit on September 8th, 2014 at the Hilton in Georgia.
Scarlett & JT Lewis in memory of Jesse Lewis who died bravely trying to lead other children to safety during the Newtown, Connecticut shootings. Jesse McCord Lewis was an amazing 6 year old child, full of light and love that was unmistakable in his presence. He brought joy to the world with his infectious and radiant smile. See his story here with his mom Scarlett on the Today Show interviewed by Matt Lauer: http://bit.ly/ScarlettTodayShow Support their cause here: http://www.JesseLewisChooseLove.org
Monica Pearson, a retired news anchor & active philanthropist, a trailblazer, who was the first African-American woman evening news anchor in Atlanta competing with Oprah Winfrey for the job. During her 37-year career at WSB Channel 2 Action News, she won 30 Local and Southern Regional Emmy Awards, among many other distinctions and honors. www.wsbtv.com/staff/monica-pearson
Anisa Palmer, Founder and Executive Director of I Will Survive, Inc. who lost her mother to breast cancer and started this organization with a mission to increase breast cancer awareness through education and provide funding in lower income communities. http://www.IwillSurviveInc.org
Paris Murphy “Dutchess of Beauty”, breast cancer survivor, business owner, patient advocate, and President of I Will Survive, Inc.