Katrina Currie Katrina Curriehttp://www.katrinacurrie.com
Katrina L. Long_ Currie is the Founder and Chairperson of Beautify the Meek, a non-profit that aids and supports other non-profits that serve a diverse range of women and teens who are domestic violence survivors, receiving drug rehabilitation support, homeless shelters, and the non-housed homeless. Katrina helps with business human capital through business etiquette, interview skills, understanding strengths, professional wardrobe, and job skills. Katrina and her team also provide special projects for special celebrations throughout the year such a Valentine Day, Mother’s Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas time. A strategic leader in the community, Katrina has served Gulf Coast Women’s Nonviolence (Adrienne’s House in Pascagoula, MS), Sue’s Drug Recovery Home in Ocean Springs, Community Care Network, Non-sheltered Homeless – Pascagoula Homeless “Tent City,” and Homeless Shelters Katrina has been featured in many magazine publications regarding her work, as a contributing writer, personal contributions and achievements, community outreach in K.I.S.H. Magazine, HOPE Magazine, UpWord Magazine, Gulf Coast Weddings, and more. She has co-authored a marital devotion, Declare a Thing! A Radical Love Affair (28 Day Prayer Devotional - eDevotional on Amazon Kindle) with her spouse of over 20 years. A Christian blogger and vlogger, she inspires others about God’s love for us all. Also, a celebrity make-up artist, Katrina was hand-selected by former Mississippi Governor, Haley Barbour to be his key make-up. She has provided make-up services for Hall of Famer Brett Favre and has worked with NFL films a key make-up for Drew Bress and Charissa Thompson and more. She has provided makeup services for CBS, ABC, NBC, and more. Mrs. Katrina Currie received her religious studies Associate Degree and her Master of Education in Educational Technology & Online Training from Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA. Bachelor’s degrees were earned from Excelsior College in Albany, New York in Religious Studies and the University of North Dakota in Business and Technical Writing. She has a heart for people and building people. As a leader and community influencer, Katrina seeks to help people live out their full potential.