Tenisha L. James
Genre
Most Recent Book Title
Overcoming Adversities: The Quiet Storm
Book Description
Overcoming Adversities: The Quiet Storm will walk you through how women go through things, and no one will ever know. What happens when opportunities meet adversities or when you are silenced by life’s overwhelming struggles? Ms. Tenisha L James answers these questions and more in her newly published book “Overcoming Adversities: The Quiet Storm.” Ms. James explains the saga shared by many women who suffer in silence through trials and tribulations of life.
This book demonstrates how women go through different obstacles without anyone knowing, not even a trusted confidant. How is it possible for women to walk out of their homes smiling as if nothing in the world is going on behind the closed doors? How do you handle the heartaches, pains and struggles that seem to intrude on and overpower your life? Ms. James found through her own experiences that courage; faith and tenacity were the source of her strength during her hardships and remain at the center of her life, today.
Location (city/state/country)
Washington, D.C.
Author bio
Ms. Tenisha L James, an  author/speaker who extracts from her role as a mother, a friend, and a God-fearing woman to achieve discipline and duplication of success in her life experiences.
She is currently a Public Administrator, who has served in both Federal and State Agencies. Ms. James expanded her public service by performing as a former Educator at Hillsborough Community College in Florida.
Ms. James has a Master’s Degree in Public Administration and Post-Secondary Education from Troy University. She also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications with a minor in American Sign Language (ASL). Ms. James loves to use her innate abilities and education to empower and inspire other women.  By sharing her experiences, she encourages women in both their personal and professional lives to minimize risks and maximize opportunities to improve their lives.
Favorite Quote or Personal Motto

What you get by achieving your goals is not as important as what you become by achieving your goals. -Goethe-

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