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Hello there, my name is Andrea. I am an Entrepreneur, Inventor, Author, and Serial Humanitarian.

I've been happily married for two decades to an amazing man with whom I share 2 beautiful children. I love spending time with my family, volunteering,  helping to fight homelessness and hunger, inspiring positive change, writing, and inventing amazing products to share with the Universe.

I am Extraordinarily ADHD. Many laugh at this term but I dominate ADHD, it doesn’t own me. I refuse to use my diagnosis as a crutch, or the blame game as it relates to not living my best life. Having ADHD at times poses many challenges however it doesn’t mean I am not relevant, it doesn’t mean that I should deny the message I have within to give to the planet. I doesn’t mean I stop performing my magic in this world. It doesn’t mean stop sharing my testimony, stop vibrating souls, helping the less fortunate, or inspiring others with labels to placed on them to step into their greater selves in spite of. In the words of Les Brown "Someone's opinion of you does not have to become your reality".

 

  I was born to serve. Derived from the story of my own life, I possess a heightened level of passion to assist the less fortunate with money and or time in remembrance of the fact that for a huge portion of my life, I was among the less fortunate.

I am victor of homelessness, neglect, sexual abuse, abandonment, and a host of other tragedies designed break my spirit, sever my drive, and obliterate my determination to transcend into the best version of myself.

For many years of my life I allowed the horrific experiences from my past to manifest into fear, hopelessness, and people pleasing; which ultimately created a barrier between myself and acquiring greatness.

 I underwent an intense and terrifying journey of change, acceptance, self- love, and appreciation.

 I am now on fire for living my best life possible and, am driven to help others to do the same.  Knowing every day is a gift, I smile as I stand in the space of complete liberation from living under the scrutiny of others, hoping I was good enough to be branded with a stamp of approval. I have resolved within my self I am good enough just as I am. 

By living in the center of my truth, I’ve discovered an effective way to package and share an array of experiences and lessons learned from a tumultuous childhood , through public speaking, mentoring, and philanthropy to empower others who are ready to take the first step in their own transformational journey to become victorious in their own lives.

I am Extraodinarly ADHD. Many laugh at this term but I own it ADHD, it doesn’t own me.

I refuse to use my diagnosis as a crutch, or the blame game as it relates to not living my best life. Having ADHD at times poses many challenges however it doesn’t mean I am not relevant, it doesn’t mean that I should deny the message I have within to give to the planet. I doesn’t mean I stop perfoming my magic in this world. It doesn’t mean stop sharing my testimony, stop vibrating souls, helping the less fortunate, or inspiring others with labels to placed on them to step into their greater selves in spite of. In the words of Les Brown "Someone's opinion of you does not have to become your reality".