ABOUT

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 Que’Nona Valentine Guilford

aka Mrs. Que

 

 

Que’Nona Valentine Guilford is a God-fearing, activating faith, spirit-driven, and a rising powerhouse in the kingdom of God. She takes great pleasure in seeking after God’s heart and desires to discover more of His will for her life through his word so she began course at Destiny Bible College in Dothan, Alabama. In February of 2014, Que’Nona launched her own business, Q’s Touch that specializes in candy tables and themes.

Que’Nona is a domestic violence survivor, and with that being a major aspect in her life, she desires to bring awareness to this issue in the community. A Change In Me Domestic Violence Awareness Event was birthed in 2013. She is an author of three books called “The Moments When God Touched”, Gleaning To Legacy: The Next Generation” and “Gleaning To Legacy: The Next Level”. She also loves being a Mary Kay consultant.

Que’Nona Valentine Guilford is a committed wife to her husband of 11 years and loving mother of four children.

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“A Change In Me”

“A Change In Me” is a domestic violence awareness organization. It is designed to encourage, enlighten, inform, and educate the community about domestic violence. We provide a platform for survivors to reach back for victims to help them overcome their current situations through other personal testimonials. Fundraisers and events are held throughout the year to finance this organization. “A Change In Me” was orchestrated solely for the purposes to build up individuals in the community by addressing “The elephant in the room.” We believe domestic violence has been overlooked for way too long and somebody has to make a stand. Our desire is to start a movement where the ratio and statistics of domestic violence cases decrease each year.