KISH: Tell us about you.
TG: I am the daughter of DeRoy Green and Bernice (Elliot) Dawson . I have 13 siblings (2 deceased), 2 children, Donte’ L. Ewings and Danielle R. Wright, and 5 grandchildren. I am a native of Baltimore, MD who graduated from Eastern Sr. High School in 1984. I served 4 years in the United States Marine Corp, receiving a Meritorious Mast and an Honorable Discharge at the rank of Corporal. I received a Bachelors’ Degree in Biblical Counseling, Associates of Science Degree in Human Services (graduating as the Presidents’ Distinguished Graduate), a Doctorate Degree in Nouthetic Counseling and am pursuing my Bachelors’ Degree in Gerontology with an anticipated graduation date of December 2020. I carried a drug and alcohol license in the state of MD for three years. I worked for the MD State Retirement & Pension System for 10 years until I was called out of the secular work force by Holy Spirit. In the year 2000, I opened Selah Ministries, Inc., an outreach ministry that meets basic humanitarian and spiritual needs. I founded and began pastoring Restoration City, Inc. March 3, 2002. August 8, 2008 I was affirmed an Apostle which broadened my focus on my Kingdom mandate from the Lord to work international fields. September of 2010, I became the CEO of and launched Women of Dominion International, LLC. Under the umbrella of W.O.D. International I have created a fragrance, tennis and dress shoe which aids in the support of the work of ministry. I have written and recorded songs, poetry and training manuals. One such manual was written for the mission field. It was this literary work that launched me to Cote d’Ivoire where I was decreed a princess and given ambassadorship to conduct business between the Kingdom of Sanwi and the United States. King Amon N’Douffou V of the Agni people of Krinjabo bestowed this same position of honor upon the Reverend Jesse Jackson. His father, Amon N’Douffou the IV bestowed this same honor upon the late Michael Jackson. I love my quiet time, reading, traveling, creating and singing.
KISH: What is your dream and how will accomplishing your dream benefit you and others?
TG: My dream is to be positioned to dominate. I will aid men, women and children in discovering and implementing their purpose and not just their desire. They are meant to live an abundant life within a particular sphere, and not just exist. The end result will be total harmony between God and mankind and total harmony between male and female as it was in the beginning of creation. Additionally, my dream is to be a philanthropist to those individuals. Accomplishing my dream will benefit myself and others on mental, physical, spiritual, educational and medical levels. I will have pleased God and gained complete satisfaction seeing my purpose realized. Others will benefit from the fruit of their labor in such discovery and reproduce themselves in their children and others whom they will have influence over. My goal also is to build resource centers and assisted living facilities globally.
KISH: Who or what inspired you to pursue this dream?
TG: Literally, God, self, my mother and my children. God gave me this vision so when I doubt myself or others doubt me, He constantly reminds me that He directed me and I said yes.
KISH: What challenges have you encountered while pursuing your dream?
TG: Time, resources, lack of support, fear, sabotage and indecisiveness.
KISH: Who or what inspired you to keep pushing regardless of the challenges you’ve encountered?
TG: My parents, children, close friends, my church family and spiritual leadership.
KISH: Please provide final thoughts/advice for others by finishing this sentence… dream.
TG: Dream all day, every day. To your God and self be true. It is a known fact that whatever you meditate on, you become. Your dream is your purpose when it has endured the test of time and remains constant. Remember, to everything there is a season and time for every purpose under the heaven. It will come to pass!
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