DEBRA NIXON BOWLES – WARRIOR WOMAN FOR FEBRUARY 2016

DEBRA NIXON BOWLES – WARRIOR WOMAN FOR FEBRUARY 2016

Debra Nixon-Bowles is the Founder and Executive Director of Women Called Moses Coalition and Outreach, Inc. She established the nonprofit organization to help battered women and their children. This is fulfilling a vision and desire she has had for many years. Her passion for this cause is driven by her own personal experiences with domestic abuse in her childhood and as an adult. Debra is committed to helping others achieve their “Goals of Excellence” and has devoted countless hours to educate and empower individuals that are affected by domestic violence. She is committed to helping others overcome obstacles, break down barriers, and ACHIEVE! She has a knack for opening the right doors for great business opportunities and simply will NOT take no for an answer. Debra knows “HOW TO WORK IT “and effectively “WORKS” every strategic angle. Once you have encountered Debra, her passion, and her zeal for life… YOU WILL NEVER BE THE SAME. Link to Women Called Moses for more information:...
Angela Bell – Warrior Woman for November, 2015

Angela Bell – Warrior Woman for November, 2015

Ironically, I had been participating in the Komen Dallas Race for the Cure for for 5 years before being diagnosed with  Stage II Breast Cancer.  Due to a breast  cancer scare of a family member, my family had decided we would participate annually in the Race of the Cure .  Little did I know,  2 out of the 5 years in which we participated,  I was walking with Breast Cancer myself.  Following my diagnosis in April of 2012 and later Double Mastectomy in June of 2012, I knew participating in our family’s annual tradition would continue aiding me in my fight for living cancer free.  I gained a new focus for completing each step, I would be walking for myself, wearing Pink.  October 2012 was a glorious occasion, with my two best gals Trish and Cynthia, and my two loves, dos Miguels I found my inspiration for striving to complete the race with hope behind each step. Finishing the race in stride was significant, as I had just completed my 5th round of chemo the week before. https://www.warrior-elements.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/428234200.mp4 As October came to a close, so did another chapter in my life, my mother decided she could better serve me as an angel, watching out from above.  I was her caregiver for 13 years; she will be mine for eternity.  With 6 rounds of chemo, and several rounds of radiation completed, I decided I need even more change in my life.  I wanted to serve in a greater capacity as an educator. I then interviewed and accepted a position as an Assistant Principal at Dan D. Rogers Elementary, joining the Hillcrest Feeder Pattern in DISD, where I am currently serving today. ...