These amazing women all graduated from a Humble Wellness Retreat, made the incredible extra effort to connect with other graduates in real life and on our Facebook Graduate page (private for graduates only), and donated their time, talents, and resources to our nonprofit. A mentor will be embedded in future retreats to share her retreat experience and answer questions or concerns to facilitate a positive retreat experience for new participants. Additionally, the mentor will support our staff with onsite activity transitions. We thank them for volunteering! Check out below to meet this year's Humble Warrior Mentors!
Meet Carrie! Carrie is currently serving in the Georgia Army National Guard part time. She works fulltime for Lockheed Martin as an Industrial Security Rep Staff. She's excited to serve as a Humble Warrior Mentor, our world needs more peace and wellness. When she's not working she loves hiking, gardening, and hanging out with her family. She also has a dog named Gracie who loves doing ninja kicks.
Imarii is a United States Navy veteran, serving 5 years active duty with two deployments as an Aviation team member. After serving in the military, she completed her Bachelor of Science in Psychology with an interest in healing the mind. In addition to the Humble Warrior team she is also a member of Women’s Veteran’s Interactive Atlanta. Currently, she works for the Emory Healthcare Veterans Program as a Veteran Outreach Coordinator at the PTSD Clinic in Atlanta. She has a passion for healing, uplifting, and connecting to women who have served. Her cat is named Lighting for his black coat with one spot of white. Her sister named him after seeing him run like a lightning bolt!
Meet Tess! Tess loves meeting people and growing new relationships. She appreciates learning new things and being challenged to exceed her comfort zone. She's looking forward to serving as a Mentor where she can encourage and uplift people! She firmly believes that good can result from any situation. She likes getting her hands dirty! She won’t ask people to do anything she's not willing to do herself. Also, she's a rare disease warrior, medical cannabis advocate, and her favorite color is purple.