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Kesha Tate: Founder of Better Sister and Brother Growth Network


Lukesha Tate felt compelled to share her story and to act on her strong desire to help young women,  and men. Tate trusted God to provide her with what she needed as she pursued her dreams, visions and prepared for manifestation. 

Lukesha CEO and Founder of Better Sister and Brother Growth Network, launched in 2018 Better Brother Growth Network developing, building relationships, connecting to families, mentoring and (disclosed location) emergency shelter for DV in the Northwest Indiana area. Lukesha Tate having an opportunity to Speak  October 12,2019 Slay Midday Ladies and Nominated Domestic Violence Survivor Pink Meets Purple Empowerment October 13,2019. 

Having the expectation of expanding the organization in 2021 to other locations in the USA, and publish her book of being a survivor of Domestic Violence in October 2020.

What do you do and why do you do it? 
The Chief Executive Officer of a nonprofit organization, grant writer, author, daycare provider and mentor for entrepreneurs. The reason I do all of the things I do, it's a wonderful experience with giving back to the community and seeing how others can learn from being able to mentor, teach, be a leader and have stability.

How does what you do benefit others?  
What I do benefits women and children of abuse making sure they have shelter, resources, providing for children a place of safety, mentoring business owners and grant writing. 

Where do you see yourself 5 years from now? 
In the next 5 years; I see myself relaxing in another state or island; allowing all of my establishments to be profitable and having no worries because all of my businesses will be running themselves with all of the right people in place. 


If you could have one superpower to help you further your purpose, what would it be and why? How would you use it? 
My one and true superpower would be like wonder woman strengthen and incredibly capability empathy for the people and communication skills.







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