Warriors Talk, Inc. was created in October 2014
by Lady Reshelle. She began using her testimony
to encourage, educate, and empower individuals.
She continues to do this through the Warriors Talk
platform, where she promotes taking action for a
healthier lifestyle before, during, and
after a cancer diagnosis
Reshelle L. Matheny was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. She is a mother of five beautiful children and has over 19 years of experience as a Probation Officer. She received a Master's Degree in Business Administration from Aurora University in Illinois.
Founder of Warriors Talk Inc., she serves as an ambassador educating the community on the importance of cancer risks, early detection and healthier lifestyle choices.
Reshelle currently hosts a weekly radio show 'Warriors Talk' that empowers individuals to take ACTION that leads to a healthier lifestyle before, during, and after a cancer diagnosis. In her free time, she enjoys writing poetry and spending time with her children.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Committed to the Cause
Lisa D. Adams, CEO, a mother, a grandmother, the author of Just Who I Am and The Pitbull of Puppy Love, a speaker, a leader, a mentor, a coach, a teacher, and a philanthropist. She has experienced her own challenges with loneliness, sickness, not feeling good enough, and depression. Because of this, she established The Lisa Adams Group. Through this organization, Lisa helps teen moms and at-risk youth with challenges such as self-esteem, relationships, school, bullying, home life, and their present state of mind. She delves deeply into their concerns to find out the real reason for their troubles.
MyLeah S. Marks is a co-survivor, wife, and writer. She writers under the pen name MyLeah Symone and is the author of an upcoming YA Fantasy Wizard Of Oz retelling series with Black Girl Magic. For updates on her projects and to connect with her, visit her here: https://linktr.ee/myleahsymone
A co-survivor that is committed to the war on cancer. Selfishly giving himself to improve the physical, emotional and spiritual wellness of those dealing with cancer by touching one person at a time.