He is best described as a man of vision.
Dr. Terrence Graham is a licensed therapist and the sole owner of Graham Moore & Clark, LLC. He is a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist, a Clinical Certified Sex Offender Treatment Specialist, and a Distance Credentialed Counselor. Dr. Graham also works as an S.A.P (Substance Abuse Professional) with the Department of Transportation. He evaluates employees of the D.O.T as they work to regain their driving privileges after failing a drug screening. In addition to working with adults, Dr. Graham also provides therapy services to adolescents across seven different states, including Kentucky, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Louisiana.
Dr. Graham, a Gulf War Combat Veteran in the United States Army and an NC A&T State University graduate, has been blessed with many gifts and talents. He is a locally acclaimed author and independent filmmaker preparing to build his own studio on family land, which will be his company’s new home, 5FT Productions, LLC.
Family is essential to Dr. Graham. He shares his parent’s love and support is what shaped him and his brother. “I was born and raised in Magnolia, NC. My parents raised my brother and me to value family, education, sports, and community. My father was a Vietnam Combat Veteran in the United States Air Force, and my mother, a retired Quality Assurance Clerk, wore many different hats. By setting the standards and helping me focus on what’s important, my parents made it possible for me to become the man I am today.”
As a child, Dr. Graham’s love of the arts was sparked by one of his classmates. He wanted to create amazing drawings like his friend. So, he went to his number one fan for help. “While in elementary school, I had a friend named Stan Singletary who could draw. He used to draw comic book characters, and they were amazing; I was so inspired that I went home one day and asked my mom to teach me how to draw,” Graham shared. “My mother wasn’t an artist, but she taught herself so she could teach me. I’ve always loved comic books and I learned to draw Marvel and DC comic superheroes like Spiderman and Batman. I worked at it until I became good at drawing and began making my own comic books and selling them to the kids at school. It was just pocket money to buy snacks, and not knowing what an entrepreneur was as a kindergartner, it would become the first time I would make my passion profitable.”
Christina Holloway of Cleveland, OH, is someone who loves sharing the knowledge and education she has obtained with others, all to help them along their journey. She says, “My mission is to ensure customer service is number one. I find joy in giving back because it truly makes my heart feel good.”
Today, Christina is an entrepreneur and the sole owner of Simply You Salon, LLC. Her company offers manicures and pedicures. On the retail side, she offers handmade body blend oil, body creams, clothing, and accessories. “We help recreate our client’s hands and feet using various techniques. We also offer travel services in which we visit clients who are unable to come to the salon. Additionally, we offer children’s services with a kiddy corner and small business shelf spaces for other businesses to showcase their products and services. For the most part, we offer services that are designed for everyone and anyone. Our motto is “Everyone is welcome to simply you”.
Upon entering the doors of Brew and Sip Coffee Bar in Louisville, KY, patrons are greeted with a warm and heart-felt welcome. The aroma of ground coffee permeates the atmosphere, and the sights of tasteful pastries and food items are within arm’s reach.
Owners Latoya and Alvin Bradley have invested their time and talents into building a brand and business with two locations in the “River City”: one at 505 W. Broadway and the other at 3800 Shepherdsville Road. “Everything we do is fresh. We are cracking real eggs and frying beef bologna. We offer expresso-based beverages and provide fresh products each day. At our downtown location, we do more customization for lunch. We offer soups that are made in-house and a smoked chicken salad, which is a favorite amongst our customers. It doesn’t have nuts or grapes, and it only has three ingredients,” she says.
Deon Tedder was born to lead. With charisma and an innate ability to motivate and inspire others, the 33-year-old attorney is one to be watched on the political spectrum, recently making history as the youngest member of the South Carolina State Senate.
Notably, he’s the first African American elected to the position. Burgess’s history-making achievement is one he embraces. “Becoming the first African American mayor is truly a blessing! Being the first is an important, historic accomplishment because the citizens of North
Zan Johns began writing in her early twenties and was inspired by authors like Maya Angelou and her kindred spirit, Nikki Giovanni, who she reminds me of in a lot of ways. Zan had the pleasure of hearing both celebrated authors speak when they each visited the University...
The familiar adage, dogs are a man’s best friend, rings true for over half a million households across the United States. According to the Forbes Advisor, 66% of Americans own pets, totaling nearly 89.6 million homes. Of that 89.6 million, 65.1 million are dog owners.
When creativity meets drive, you meet Shana Crumbough. The 39-year-old Decatur, AL, native is huge on family and describes herself as a helper and a do-er at heart. She also loves music and dancing and shares that everyone around her must feel loved, heard, and cared for.
Jazley Trouser, a Detroit native, is the pioneer and organizer behind Life After Care (L.A.C.), a nonprofit organization that focuses on meeting the needs of foster youth by providing fundamental abilities to develop versatile properties and support.
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