Diana Patton is a motivational speaker, attorney, and advocate for humanity. She has committed her life to helping those in need, specifically young women and youth. Diana’s unique background has helped her to assist in leading diversity efforts within two large corporations and to become the Vice President, General Counsel and COO of the Toledo Fair Housing Center. Diana is a prolific and inspirational speaker who shares her story in the hopes of inspiring others to be the best version of themselves. Diana’s strong faith gives her the stamina to work hard to eliminate racism, empower women, and to promote peace, justice, freedom and dignity for humanity.
By Diana Patton
Read by Diana Patton
The monumental experience of a biracial young girl's journey through abuse, racism, and heartache.
"Books on resilience or leadership pale compared with Patton's tale of true grit in the face of heartbreaking suffering and searing despair. A truly American story of one woman's ability to overcome racism, sexual abuse, and loss, building a life of faith, compassion and service from the shards of a broken childhood and her mother's love." - Sheila Heen, author of NYT bestseller Difficult Conversations
Released November 22, 2016