AUGUST 18TH 2018
TRACY TRANSIT STATION
50 E 6TH STREET
DOOR REGISTRATION TIME
10:00AM - 4:00PM
SINGLE MOMS - FREE
3 AMAZING SPEAKERS
Leader, Teacher, and Inspiring Speaker
A relatively new Christian, Luz accepted Jesus into her heart in 2008 while attending Bay Area Dream Center (BADC) in Hayward, CA.
Luz currently attends The Father’s House church located in the East Bay where she is part of the intercessor team, is active in outreach, leads Women’s small group leaders and also leads the Women’s ministry.
A victim of domestic violence, God tenderly healed Luz’ broken heart and in place of deep depression, bitterness and anger He generously filled her heart with immeasurable joy, confidence and faith. Luz is outspoken about God’s love and now teaches on the healing power of forgiveness and insists that God’s blessings and promises are true and meant for all. She is a strong proponent of God’s will to activate our faith and frequently speaks on the subject.
Luz lives in Concord, CA is mother of two amazing young men and grandmother to four beautiful grandchildren.
Urceline Newson is an Intercessor, Ordained Minister and International Missionary. She has travelled to the Caribbean Islands, Africa and within the United States preaching, teaching and equipping the saints.
She has a passion God and a love to see people get saved, healed, delivered and empoweing them to walk in the fulness of God, their gifts and talents. She is a blessing to the body of Christ.
Consultant, Motivational Speaker, Life Coach, Cake Designer, Philanthropist and Honorary Commander, United Air Force.
Kelly Placeres started her career with the California Departments Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR), in September 1989. Her passion to work in a people business landed her a Job as a Correctional Officer at San Quentin State Prison. While employed at SQ she worked with convicted Felons that participated in a Boot Camp Program. She also supervised inmates who were serving death sentences on Death Row.
In April of 1996 she left the prison setting and started a new journey as a Parole Agent. She was hired by the San Francisco Parole Division. This job was to work and supervise men and women once they were released from prison. Kelly promoted rapidly and soon supervised her own Parole Unit in San Leandro and in Stockton California.
Once working in the Parole Division she expanded and partnered with San Joaquin County Court to start up a Parole Re-Entry Program in San Joaquin County. During fiscal crisis Kelly was able to revive and maintain funding of services to the Parolee’s. This was done by innovative approaches on program resources. Kelly also assisted with opening the CCTRP Female Inmate program in Stockton.
One of Kelly’s most treasured accomplishments is the first Gender Responsive Female Support Group. Kelly worked tirelessly to assist the Female Offenders to gain confidence, work skills, resources and most of all the support in the community. She hosted large clothing events with the support of Community Leaders, Clothing Retailers and Judicial Staff Members.
Kelly recently retired from CDCR , however is busy working as a life coach and a motivational speaker she continues to work with people in programming and incarcerated. She also treasures her work in the Church. She has had the privileged join on four Tanzania Africa Missionary trips and one trip to Haiti. While in Africa she worked with a medical team. They provided medical aide to the villages who were without any medical care. While in Haiti she assisted at a local school teach english to the children.
Kelly is a proud recipient of the following awards; Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition, presented by the office of Congressmen Jerry McNerney. Certificate of Recognition presented by the California State Legislature, The Soroptimist (Ruby Award) for helping women, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Outstanding Performance for expanding Programming and Pioneering Woman Programs, CDCR Excellence in Supervision, Women’s Peace Officer Award acknowledgement for her work with women.
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