Community youth learn about different paths to success
By Caitlin Boland

Omeeka Loggins addresses the crowd about how to be successful.
Shiloh YPD Ministries hosted an “8 Women of Color” panel on Saturday.
The April 15 panel was geared toward the youth, showing them the speakers’ journeys to success and how God helped them through their journey. The panelists included Kiana Evans, Quanise Story, Latrish Climons, Mebearl L. Bentley, Kiffany Avera, LaSonya Griffin, Omeeka Loggins, Qwanquita Wright and Pastor Gloria Whitfield.
The first speaker was Kiana Evans, who serves as the vice president of care for Ethica Nursing and is a Warren County native and WCHS alumnus.
“Choice not chance determines your outcome,” Evans said. “You may not have big decisions now, but the choices you make now will affect you in the long run.”
Evans talked about choices such as who your friends are and respecting yourself.
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