From Foster Child to CEO: How Resiliency Changed Her Life
“It’s going to get better, hang in there, it is going to get better,” says Naketa Ross. She has seen first hand how life can turn around. Ross is the founder of a Phoenix based nonprofit called “Resilient Me”. She became fascinated with the concept of resiliency when it manifested in her life. Tragedy was all she knew at a young age. Ross’ mother was a drug addict. She was raped and murdered; her head bashed in and lifeless body left naked on a Chicago street.