"The Mackenzie T. Angel Foundation presents Vision Day July 31, 2021 from 11am - 6pm at Awbury Park. Young people will be able to create a vision board and will hear speakers talk briefly about how they used vision to tap into their purpose."
Rochelle's bio in her own words. "My name is Rochelle Reynolds and I am the proud mom of Hank Williams and the late Tyler “Mackenzie” Reynolds. My journey began in North Philadelphia where I attended Stokely Elementary school briefly before moving to Germantown/WestOaklane where I attended Emlen Elementary, Roosevelt Middle School, Dobbins and MLKing High Schools. After high school I attended Chestnut Hill College where I received a BA in Political Science and Communications and Arcadia University. My career as a Paralegal and Contracts professional spans for over 36 years where I have been blessed to have worked for some of the most prestigious companies(Schnader, Harrison, Segal and Lewis, the United States Attorney’s Office in Philadelphia and Washington DC, Johnson and Johnson where I had the opportunity to travel to the Netherlands (Amsterdam) and Belgium, and currently Temple University where I review and negotiate contracts for Clinical Research. Although I love what I do, it is not who I am. My relationship with God and my spiritual discernment allows me to connect with people on a deep level. My life experiences include living with Fibromyalgia, overcoming domestic violence, battling an addiction to pornography, surviving depression and suicide and recently losing my daughter in a tragic car accident and losing my mother in the same year is who I am and I am prepared to use these experiences to help people to discover purpose through their pain. Creating the Mackenzie T. Angel Foundation in memory of my daughter Tyler has propelled my purpose and I am finally walking in the calling that God has laid before me. God bless and live and love on purpose!"
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