A little about me, I’m a divorced mother of two sons. I hold a bachelors degree in business as well as a masters degree in human services. Before my son Jamarion’s murder, I worked as an insurance adjuster. My work as an insurance adjuster consisted of me traveling a lot and residing in different states at times. After Jamarion’s execution, I became a full-time fighter for justice for my son. I had to take off my corporate attire and exchange it with my warrior attire. As a mother no one will fight for your babies the way a mother will! No one understands how it feels to lose their child to such a heinous act of violence.
I travel from state to state to bring awareness and create change in the area of excessive force and police accountability. I also help push for new legislation and reform as well as being the voice for mothers that are not able to speak for themselves. It’s time that we as a people do things differently so that situations of this caliber do not happen again. I am dedicated to creating change so that other individuals don’t have to experience a loss of this magnitude.