God-Inspired Boldness

4/26/2021 -

When so much of our time is dominated by work, we can either be a superwoman and try to do it all on our own or trust God to empower us, guide us, and work through us. People of Christ is who we are; work is what we do and how we do it is very much informed by faith. Priscilla Hill-Ardoin shares wisdom from forty-five years of family life and thirty-two years as an African-American female in the telecommunications business. Through God-inspired boldness, she took a courageous leap of faith to speak out about diversity and inclusion to highlight the value of differences and the unique strengths each person brings to the table as a gift from God. Her faith and courage continue to be a gift as she leans in to God's path.

About Guest

Priscilla Hill-Ardoin is the President & CEO of PH-Agency along with a motivational speaker, businesswoman, and philanthropist. She is retired as the Chief Privacy Officer of AT&T (formerly Southwestern Bell) and pioneered a telecommunications career for 32 years. Her personal passion is serving as the Founder and President of The Aaron Ardoin Foundation for Sickle Cell Research and Education (AAF) established in 2005. Currently, she serves on numerous boards such as World Wide Technology, Enterprise Holdings, Inc., Washington University in St. Louis, Haven for Hope Transformational Center for the Homeless in San Antonio, Vanderbilt-Meharry-Matthew Walker Center of Excellence in Sickle Cell Disease in Nashville, and Biblical Business Training. Priscilla Hill-Ardoin has become a passionate advocate for the mission of helping people apply Biblical principles at work as well as advising the BBT Team. Priscilla has been recognized through the years for her generous charitable work and community service. Priscilla lives in San Antonio, Texas, but makes frequent trips to St. Louis to visit her son, daughter-in-law, and twin grandbabies. Hear more from Priscilla in her BBT blog post: Growth Takes Time

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