Women STaRs

Women STaRs with Kionna McIntosh Pharms

October 05, 2021 Shanti Harkness / Kionna McIntosh Pharms Season 1 Episode 28
Women STaRs
Women STaRs with Kionna McIntosh Pharms
Show Notes

On this week’s episode of The Women STaRs Podcast, we’re sitting down with Kionna Mcintosh-Pharms, Student Services Navigator at Lorain County Community College. In addition to over 25 years of experience in both corporate America and non-profit organizations, Kionna’s current work exemplifies how she enjoys impacting and elevating the lives of our youth. Kionna is an amazing woman who is actively involved in her community and values helping others. She is the President of Celebrate Your Worth, an organization with a focus on uplifting women. As someone who exudes positivity and dedication, Kionna also has a goal of obtaining her Master of Business Administration (MBA). 

Our conversation with Kionna is filled with stunning advice and Kionna’s compelling perspective on uplifting children as our future. To Kionna, success in her life has a lot to do with the way she impacts not only her own children but those she encounters in her profession and her community work as well. Beyond this important influence on her life, Kionna also emphasizes the importance of believing in your worth and living your life authentically. Tune in to this episode for more inspirational stories and to soak in the positivity and good energy that Kionna exudes.

If you’d like to get in contact with Kionna, she can be found by searching Sereniki on Youtube or Kionna Sohappytobe Pharms on Facebook. She can also be found as Kionna McIntosh-Pharms at Lorain County Community College’s website, lorainccc.edu.

Quotes

“A lot of people would say triumphs depend on the degrees or accolades you achieved along the way. But to me, triumphs don’t come in a monetary value, an accolade or something physical. It’s the things you don’t see. My biggest triumph is continuing to survive and being able to provide individuals knowledge; it’s being the person I want to see.”

“To be successful, to me, you have to be willing to prepare the next generation. If I feel like I’m wearing a crown, I want to feel like I can take that crown off of me and share that with as many individuals around me as possible.”

“Despite my obstacles—and even my triumphs—at the end of the day, what’s most important is that it’s okay to be me. Each of us have a significant calling, path, or purpose.”

“You can be the best you without throwing other people under the bus. And be mindful that every action you put out has a consequence…No amount of money will equate to what you receive back from what you sow into the universe.”