Wendy Williams-Lovejoy Joins PYNTK Network


People You Need to Know Magazine proudly welcomes Ms. Wendy Williams-Lovejoy to the Network. Ms. Lovejoy joins other successful women who are making things happen in metro Atlanta. Look for her in our Business Superstars Edition.

Wendy Williams-Lovejoy is a native of Durban, South Africa. Lovejoy was born to a Zulu father and a mother of Zulu, as well as East Indian descent, in the midst of apartheid. The setting of her upbringing was Brooklyn, New York, where she fostered a love of fashion and merchandise. Lovejoy’s personal experiences eventually lead her down a difficult and lonely road.

Using her personal experiences, Lovejoy founded a ministry catering to the needs of women entitled, Durban’s Daughters. The mission of this endeavor is to increase the awareness of possessing a successful lifestyle among women around the world through ministry, counseling and coaching on financial principles that will lead to a favorable business direction as she as done for herself.

Lovejoy is also a successful author and her book, Money Answers All, teaches each reader through a step-by-step approach, the manner in which to take control of one’s finances. Her sophomore literary work entitled, From the Journals of Wendy Lovejoy – the Story of Lola, expresses her life story, in which Ralph Tresvant wrote a song called, “Yesterday is Gone”.

Aside from writing, Lovejoy is an entrepreneur with a collection of businesses, including an International Telecommunications Company. As a motivational speaker, she has spoken in Holland, Spain and other various countries, touching many lives along the way.

Her greatest love is her aforementioned Durban’s Daughters ministry – the focus of teaching women to go from where they are to living the best life possible by making better choices. Through her life and testimony, she truly is the epitome of such a mission.

To reach out to Ms. Lovejoy, call 770-621-2678 or Email: ownhomes03@yahoo.com. You can also visit her websites at www.moneyanswersallnow.com, and www.5linx.net/joycomm.


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