Yolanda Gallman was born and raised in Philadelphia, PA. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from Slippery Rock University located in Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania, where she majored in Social Work. Yolanda received her Master of Science degree in Information Systems from American Inter-Continental University located in Atlanta, Georgia and received her Education Specialist degree from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. There she completed her coursework for Technology in Education.
Yolanda’s career and entrepreneurial ventures have been very diverse. Her most noteworthy professional experiences have included serving as a residential social worker at a youth detention center located in Worcester, England and teaching elementary and high school special needs students here in the states. Prior to her teaching career, she has had a job as a waitress, a listing editor, a market research analyst, model, a computer sales rep, business tax adjustor, and as an IT professional. Yolanda is dedicated to serving under privileged youth and those most at risk or deemed least likely to succeed.
Yolanda has travels has taken her to England, the Caribbean islands and the Middle East. As an advocate for world peace, her life’s goal and mission as a lifelong learner is to prepare our youth to take their rightful place as future leaders and global ambassadors. Yolanda believes the missing piece robbing youth and families around the world of their physical, emotional and spiritual peace can best be explained by uncovering the significance of sin plaguing their family tree and how it has robbed them of their relationship with our Creator and His desire to bless them since the beginning of time … more than seven generations.
Atlanta, Georgia, United States