Entrepreneur, motivational speaker, and now author, Katrina Walker spoke with So Booking Cool about her book Unbreakable: The Katrina Walker story. The riveting memoir details the journey of a young girl originally from Ohio who grows up in Tennessee during a height of racial tension (she remembers when Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated and how her community reacted) and overcomes being a teen bride and mother, homelessness, and five marriages, most of which were abusive.
Despite it all, Walker, who had an entrepreneurial mentality from when she was a child (she operated an ironing business under the age of 10!) eventually launched etiquette classes and a 24-hour childcare center, Rainbow Kidz. She also owns a nonprofit organization, which aims to help turn abuse victims into survivors.
Listen to the interview to learn more about Walker and her commitment to helping others. Visit her on her website and purchase the book at https://mskatrinawalker.com/ or Amazon!