Norma T. Hollis
Norma T. Hollis has always listened to the quiet voice within and acted on it—no matter what. From her earliest childhood memories, she had a knowing that hers was a huge purpose to realize during this lifetime. Hollis actually went to college to major in interior design and when her studies required more art than she was willing to learn, the “voice” instructed her to major in early childhood education. Hollis began her first career as director of early childhood programs to champion children’s welfare-believing that this was her purpose in life. Her first entrepreneurial venture, Speakers Etcetera, a speaker training company which she founded in 1996 and then the first ever Internet directory of black speakers called Black Speakers Online.Many wisdom building years later, Hollis is now totally in her element as an authenticity expert in the field of personal development.