Minister Imani says, "If I approach my moral failures the right way, I can use them as assets."
Minister Imani D. Mitchell, born to Rev. Marlow L. Mitchell and Pamela D. Mitchell, she is the youngest and only daughter of three children. She was educated in Maryland’s Baltimore County public school system, and she is a proud alumnus of Claflin University, where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Marketing; Drexel University, where she successfully completed her Master of Science degree in Public Communication; and Virginia Union University, where she earned her Master of Divinity degree from the Samuel Dewitt Proctor School of Theology.
As the CEO of I.M.Faith Coaching, Imani serves as a certified life coach and is passionate about developing intentional and authentic relationships that tend to her clients’ whole person and transformational goals. Her experience extends to both private sector and public service clients in the focus areas of personal, professional and spiritual growth and development. Licensed to preach the gospel in April 2022, she is committed to marrying per passion with purpose as she leans in to faith formation through wholistic ministry, attending to the emotional, spiritual and mental health of God’s people.
Imani is a child of God, doing His will by coaching, teaching and preaching. Her future is bright! I am Billy Yancey. God is THE GOAT!
With Anabo, Billy brings a pioneering approach to fitness and health to the Coastal Virginia area and beyond with his personalized and timed technique. As a business owner, Billy remained confident and resolute in spite of two divorces, two bankruptcies and the mayhem of the COVID pandemic, and has emerged with a thriving enterprise.
He has produced two books. Rocket Fuel, aimed at helping people battle through adversity, especially young adults, and Anabo Nutrition, a step-by-step guide to achieving excellent health using foundational processes. Billy is currently developing a mobile application for Anabo’s fitness levels with his team and will soon launch a vodcast called “Rocket Fuel: Talent Will Only Get You So Far.”