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Past Learn & Grow Sessions

This archive of past events is our way of thanking the speakers for their participation.


March 14, 2018

Whole Foods Market Community Room

Highland Village Shopping Center

4500 I-55 North Frontage Road, Jackson, MS 39211

(Lunch available for purchase. No outside food allowed.)



Kathy Amos is the Executive Pastor of Turning Point Fellowship Ministries International Church in Canton, MS, under the leadership of her husband, Apostle Joe R. Amos. Kathy is a author, certified coach, speaker and trainer with the John Maxwell Team.

She is the CEO of Kathy Amos Coaching & Consulting, LLC and the President/Founder of the Empowering Progressive Women’s Association, dba EPWA. Kathy also serves as ambassador for the Canton Chamber of Commerce.

Kathy and her husband have worked together faithfully for the past 12 years laboring in ministry for the Canton community. They formed Blessing Canton Week, which is held annually. This is a week of festivities that includes a City Transformation Revival that brings together pastors, community leaders, churches and families from all denominations and races for a week of city transformation.

Kathy will speak on the topic “Breaking Through to a New Level of Influence.”


Becky Hill Martin is a Community Relations Rep for Magnolia Health. She has more 20 years of experience in healthcare marketing. Originally from Pensacola, FL, Martin calls Brandon home. When not working community events, can be found acting in her dinner theater troupe, writing and singing in the Journey Church band. She has a 14-yr-old diva-in-training.

Becky will speak on the topic “My Route To Health,” which covers practical tips on nutrition and exercise so you can take steps toward living a healthier life. Participants will receive a free journal and recipe book.




Tuesday, June 12, 2018

11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Margaret S. Sherry Library
2141 Popps Ferry Road, Biloxi, MS 39532


Brooke Rivera, Realtor at Exit Prestige Luxury Realty

Wednesday, August 8, 2018

11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

MSU Mitchell Memorial Library Auditorium
395 Hardy Street, Mississippi State, MS 39762

Speaker: Santee Johnson
Health Promotion & Wellness Coordinator at Mississippi State University

Santee Ezell-Johnson currently serves as a Health Promotion & Wellness Coordinator at Mississippi State University. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and two minors: Nonprofit Management & Community Health Sciences from the University of Southern Mississippi, and a Master of Science in Community Development with an emphasis in Sustainability from Delta State University. In her role, she manages two grants: Substance Abuse Block Grant and MSU on the Move, and she facilitates the MS Coalition of Partners in Prevention which consists of Higher Ed professionals from community colleges and universities. Santee’s goal is to bring awareness by providing programming that focuses on Health & Wellness, Substance Abuse Prevention, Mental Health, Suicide Prevention, and Collegiate Recovery. With over eight years of experience, her past work settings include, grant writing management, diabetes education, youth development, community development, health disparities, HIV/AIDS prevention, and environmental justice. Through her work, Santee has worked to developed health equity strategies and community development projects for communities in Mississippi.

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