As always, Diversity of the Minds Radio brings you the hottest guests so you always have to tune in and if you're following the network on www.blogtalkradio/diversityoftheminds then you already know about our blazing hot line up! Tonight, we bring you J'Que Ellis!
J'Que Ellis is one of Alabama's leading professional fitness & wellness entrepreneurs for over 15 years.She is a mentor, thriving philanthropist, and role mode with business savvy and ambition that transcends both race and gender. She holds a Biology Major from The University of Alabama and a Counselling Major from Huntsville Bible College. Her mantra “Faith, Fitness, and Fortitude” has truly driven her success and ability to give her best to her clients, friends, family and community.
JQue holds current certifications from some of the country's leading programs NESTA, & AFAA including over 5 specialty certifications such as Kettlebell Concepts, Less Mills, Zumba & more. Through her fitness & lifestyle facility “Fitness Defyd” she continues to progress the industry though both traditional methods, modern and advanced technologies. She’s produced a series of dvd’s, a clothing line, a lifestyle app, fitness accessories, and more. She has a unique connection with her audience that stems from her own past personal struggles with her body image and journey surviving cancer. However, once she was able to challenge her body in new ways, and through her faith and determination, she reached her goal.
“ As a brand manager, I am concerned with creating a lasting impression among consumers and improving product/service sales and market share for my clients. My job consists of planning, developing and directing marketing/advertising efforts for a particular brand based on market trends to ensure the right message is delivered for my clients.”
"As a personal trainer/wellness coach, I not only help clients achieve their fitness and health goals, but I am responsible for assisting the client through the process of working toward better health by providing exercise programming, nutritional guidance, support, encouragement, and education."