My name is Mea Allman, the Founded KUOMagazine's Ribbons of Survivors, which was launch in 2014. I am a 21-year Breast Cancer Survivor (Click To Read My Story). As an Advocate & Certificate Health & Nutrition Life Coach my mission to bring awareness about various causes such as; Cancers, Bullying, Domestic Violence, Lupus, Sickle Cell and many more by sharing inspiring stories of courage, hope of our ambassadors. All year long we continue to celebrate & honor individuals that have overcame or continue to battle chronic illnesses/conditions. These men & women stand in their TRUTH, in their CULTURE, and in all that they do as STRONG WARRIORS! Hear them Roar!!!  Below, meet our many Ribbons of Survivors 365 Ambassadors.

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SPOTLIGHT INTERVIEW: Celebrating our Ribbons of Survivors 365 “Lung Cancer” Ambassador, Dottie “Big Momma” Good. She is know as "The Fighter" born in Lexington, TN 88 years ago. Her granddaughter LaQwonna Glaster (aka Lady Q) shares throughout the years she's watched the strength on how she continues to grow through adversity. A few years ago, Dottie was diagnosed with Lung Cancer and the doctors didn’t give a time limit and put her in hospice and said it would be a matter. Today she continues to fight and puts all her faith and trust in God who's the almighty healer.....(Read Now)

BREAST CANCER: LaTonya Ellis (born in Orlando, Florida), a wife and mother to 3 children. In 2011, she was diagnosed with Ductal Carcinoma in Situ, which is a non-invasive breast cancer. Ductal means the cancer starts inside the milk ducts, carcinoma refers to any cancer that begins in the skin or other tissues, including breast tissue, that cover or line the internal organs and in Situ means in its original place. She is our 2019 Ribbons of Survivor 365 "Breast Cancer" Ambassador, and shares with Ronyai Hawkins (Men Of Kulture 365 Director) her testimony of surviving Breast Cancer. 

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Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a solution-focused therapy in which the goal is to identify factors that contribute to the occurrence of problem behavior and develop behavior intervention strategies to based on the understanding of how these factors maintain problem behavior.  The goal of ABA is to replace maladaptive behavior with more appropriate, functional behavior that contributes to the quality of life of those in served.  My goal is to help you with the process of making meaningful changes to your behavior and/or the behavior of those that you care about.  By applying scientifically-verified, systematic behavior-change interventions we can help you to resolve problems that may be keeping you and those that you care about from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life. READ MORE!


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