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What People Are Saying

Alyssa C.


Deanna has been an integral part of my success. Not only has she created an amazing community and culture within her organization, she goes above and beyond to make everyone feel supported, loved, appreciated and heard.
Deanna Herrin
5
2020-07-29T01:28:27+00:00
Deanna has been an integral part of my success. Not only has she created an amazing community and culture within her organization, she goes above and beyond to make everyone feel supported, loved, appreciated and heard.

Vic M


Deanna has been an instrumental part of my success in business. She leads by example in all aspects of her life and constantly shows me the kind of woman I want to be not only in business but as a friend, partner and mentor.
Deanna Herrin
5
2020-07-29T01:27:25+00:00
Deanna has been an instrumental part of my success in business. She leads by example in all aspects of her life and constantly shows me the kind of woman I want to be not only in business but as a friend, partner and mentor.

Angie Z.


Deanna has a way of imparting the skills and the mindset needed to achieve anything a person sets their own mind to. She was able to see things in me that I didn’t see in myself, and she loved me in a way that helped me begin to see it for myself.
Deanna Herrin
5
2020-07-29T01:50:50+00:00
Deanna has a way of imparting the skills and the mindset needed to achieve anything a person sets their own mind to. She was able to see things in me that I didn’t see in myself, and she loved me in a way that helped me begin to see it for myself.
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Deanna Herrin

MY STORY

Today I am strong. I am confident. I have a firm identity in Christ. I have found overwhelming success in business. My marriage is thriving and I’m humbled by the amazing young adults my kids are becoming.

But when I stop and think about the person I am today, I can hardly reconcile it with the person I “should have become” based on the experiences of my childhood.

See, I was raised in a broken home (that actually “broke” more than once). I was raised on hand-me-downs, free lunch tickets, food pantries, and I attended 10 different schools in 8 years because we hopped from apartment to apartment. I didn’t have a relationship with my biological father. My step-dad, the man I called Dad and loved deeply was out of my life by the time I was 12. And by the time I became a teenager I had no identity in anything other than my fluctuating, unhealthy circumstances.