Dumb Blonde Black Girl: Memoirs of Nicole McGill

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A free-spirited misunderstood high school dropout forced silently to endure physical and verbal abuse by the hands of an alcoholic father and vicious tongue of an overbearing mother. Religious radicals casted the former 15-year-old sheltered Jehovah's Witness out of the sector, parent's hearts, and God's presence. The high school dropout learns to use her body, (her secret lethal weapon) to its fullest to survive as a lamb amongst wolves. Rasha's born her powerful alter ego! The exotic & background dancer for the infamous Artist Twister, model, and video vixen discovers the power she possesses and gains instant notoriety. She meets a Gangster more powerful than she. The heavy weight black belt champion, convicted King Pin succeeds in sucking the very life out of her, leaving the single mother back where she started, a lamb amongst wolves! After all, her son's depending on her now, back to the basics was always her motto, as the tables turn the victim evolves into the victimizer! Gamed up to its fullest, NBA players and Wealthy Businessmen were pawns in her chess game now! The fast-paced life-style came in conjunction with various unexpected obstacles that takes a toll on her soul. She's bound to feelings of hopelessness, self-hatred, and low self-esteem. Cursed with the sins of her past, divine intervention occurs. After fifteen years, the unconventional Anointed Pastor Hannah guides her towards God. Find out if she evolved into a success or failure! You might discover that Nicole's testimony may inspire you to discover your own lessons learnt!

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At the age of twenty-three, Nicole McGill enrolled in South Suburban Junior College. Initially, her primary goal was to earn a trade as a paralegal. Throughout, the educational journey her aspirations changed. The unconventional student earned an Associate in Liberal Arts Degree at South Suburban College in May 2003. Transferred to Governors State University, and earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Speech Communications in December 2004. Subsequently, earned a Mater's of Arts Degree in Communication & Training in December 2005. She established her career as a Professor for the City Colleges of Chicago, and South Suburban College in January of 2005. Completed first memoir titled, Dumb Blonde Black Girl in June 2009. September 9, 2009 before the book launch as the CEO/President she established Victorious Visions Inc, a non-profit outreach center with the sole purpose of building characters and positively influencing the lives of young ladies and mature women in the Chicago land area. Nicole McGill traveled the less deviated roads throughout her journey. Lessons Learnt qualifies her to tell her story!

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