Bio for 2023

Eugenia Johnson-Smith, owner and CEO of Positive Power, LLC. Training and Development is an Author, Coach, and International Speaker. She started the Positive Power Movement and shares Positive Power in her writings, community events, and speaking engagements. The movement is shared through cards, posters, t-shirts, bookmarks, inspirational posters as well as her Positive Power Facebook Page. Her story “A No Eggs Blessing” won her the opportunity to be featured in the anthology “Blessings In Disguise.” Eugenia hosts the free monthly writing work Writing From Stress To Peace with the Woodford Library
She is on the Board of the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning. She is a passionate member of the Kentucky Black Writers Collaborative and serves as an Ambassador for the KBWC and the Carnegie Center. She also teaches at the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning. In addition, she is a freelance writer and a monthly contributor to The Lextropolis Magazine.
She is currently working on her Positive Power Devotional to be released in the summer of 2023.
To learn more about Eugenia and Positive Power or to book her for your event please visit her website at www.positivepowerllc.com or (859) 271-8186 (ofc) / (859) 227-9951 (c) or and follow her on Positive Power LLC Facebook page.

Reason for signing up:

I enjoy writing and this is a great opportunity to challenge myself to create something daily. I participated last year and it was a great experience. I wrote and submitted many of my poems at the end of the day and never looked at them or read them until months later. I was like did I write that, wow!

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