CEO/Founder: Destiny Holiday
Has not been smooth, my Faith has taken me through many road blocks that caused me to stand the test of time. It has superseded anything I could ever imagine.
Has been that of a maid; in houses where you could only use the side or back door, dishwasher, cook, and field worker. I was the first black waitress for Howard Johnson restaurant in South Florida ; The first black woman to drive for Brinks Armor Truck; Special pick up, Jewelry & Money. The First Black woman to become president of the Broward county, Client Council for Legal Aid. This position allowed me to travel the United States with attorneys to help make decisions of needs of services for undeserved, uninformed communities of color.
I've always had a desire to help people that struggled with life storms; as a woman that endured hardship. My struggles and hardships was real, This gave me a heart to help Families and others, women & Children.
I am a believer of justice and equality, I am also a great believer in self support. My service has taken me across the world; from Egypt, Israel, Africa, and many more. I continues that advocacy in the state of Minnesota & North Dakota;
where I serve as the Founder & CEO of The non-profit organization, “The Birthing of a Diamond W.I.A.” and “Diamond Kids”.
My recent accomplishment; of being a published author of the book, “Left for Dead”;
Ms. Destiny Holiday is such a powerful advocate and mentor for her community, Families and women.