Aug. 13, 2012
-- Versandra Kennebrew relocated back to Detroit from the Washington D.C. area in 1999 to be with her father Walter Kennebrew Jr. who had been diagnosed with prostate cancer. Soon after, she enrolled in school to become a Myomassologist. Now an author and self-Improvement teacher, she educates youth and women entrepreneurs about ways they can live healthier, more balanced and fulfilled lives. “Partnering with one of the most awarded nutrition companies in the world helps me fulfill my mission to touch the world,” says Kennebrew. Her self-help books, retreats and coaching sessions are all designed to help people take control of their health and well-being.
Kennebrew hopes to visit a local transitional home or homeless shelter while in Salt Lake City because when she was homeless, she was greatly inspired by the stories she read and heard from people who had been there and later achieved great success in their lives. Although healthy living is usually not a top priority for women who don’t have a permanent place to lay their head at night, Kennebrew always stresses the need for proper nutrition while in transition because high levels of stress can compromise ones physical and mental health.
To learn more about how Versandra Kennebrew is supporting women entrepreneurs as they ignite their imagination and reinvent themselves and their businesses, visit www.versandrakennebrewintl.com or call 313-473-7155. The USANA International Convention will take place at Salt Palace Convention Center 100 S. West Temple SLC, UT. 84101