Author, minister, motivational speaker, nonprofit leader and survivor of sex trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation, Paula R. Amor is a pioneer and trailblazer for women who didn’t have the prominent educational background or self-esteem to achieve higher. Founder of Platform Builders, Inc., a non-profit organization established since 1999 which is headquartered in Atlanta, Paula has been successful in the area of building businesses one woman at a time. She holds annual business and entrepreneurship expos, workshops and seminars, in which she assists and aids individuals seeking purpose and vision through her mentorship programs. She also sits on the ministerial staff at First Iconium Baptist Church under the tutelage and leadership of Reverend Timothy McDonald and is a member of the Concerned Black Clergy of Metropolitan Atlanta. Her book A Resurrected Hoe: From Hoe to Hero will be available for sale after the post-show discussion.