LeTonya was born and raised in Philadelphia and gave her life to Christ at eight years old as she sat in Sunday School. This is experience caused her to understand the transformational power of the spoken and taught Word. She is steadfast in her belief that Christ and His Word have the power to change hearts, minds and lives and is grateful to God that He has opened doors for her to have a positive impact inside and outside of the church setting.
Core to her being is the desire to help individuals live better by empowering them to get past the stumbling blocks in their thinking that keep them from reaching their fullest, God-designed potential. In her leisure time, she enjoys writing, running, strength-training, biking, and sharing adventures with her favorite person on the planet, her husband, Alvin Clark, Jr. Above all things, she desires to do her excellent best for the Lord with whatever He has given her hands to manage. Her life motto is, "My way is not for me to make, but for God to make me as I am on my way."
She holds a Master of Science degree in Organizational Development and Leadership and a Bachelor of Arts degree in English, both from Saint Joseph’s University. She is a Certified Professional Coach (CPC), is licensed for ministerial service, and holds certifications in Christian Counseling and 12-Steps Addictions Counseling. She is also an Adjunct Professor at Chestnut Hill College's School of Continuing and Professional Studies' Accelerated Degree Programs.