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Wonder Mom Conference Celebrates Single Mothers

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  Originally Published on: 6/29/2014

The Wonder Mom Project held a special Wonder Mom conference to celebrate single mothers and the people who loved them. Mothers gathered Saturday morning for Wonder Mom Project founder Lodema M'Poko's presentation, along with WMFD's own Brigitte Coles as the guest speaker.

"This is a day of empowerment," M'Poko said. "At the end of the day, everyone wants economic success and individual sustainability."

M'Poko explained that the conference not only inspired single mothers by re-enforcing their self-esteem and confidence, but it also gives out valuable advice and tips for staying on top of things in stressful situations.

Other dynamic speakers included Kayla Griffin, who presented "Building Your Personal Brand," Buffi Williams, who presented "Empire State of Mind: Organize Your Life amd Niyia Whitsett and The Caution Project Co-Panelists.

The event also featured breakout sessions, a light breakfast, full lunch, a mini mobile spa  and empowerment fair.

 

   
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