Candace Olusola is a champion for people wanting to embrace their wholeness, be unlocked into their purpose, and walk in freedom. She advocates for healing and restoration. With years of formal education, mentoring, and teaching experience, she pays forward the knowledge and wisdom acquired from her global experiences and pharmacy practice. She has worked with groups, such as Light Bearers, Multiples of America, #PizzaIsNotWorking, and the Kentucky Board of Pharmacy Diversity & Inclusion Task Force. With a call for equitable societal change, she creates spaces for others to learn, grow, be challenged, and still laugh a little. She earned her BS in Biochemistry at Southern Adventist University, PharmD at University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy, and MPH at The George Washington University. Having had battled debilitating health challenges through most of her life’s accomplishments, she empathizes with those challenged by their life circumstances, empowering them to achieve greatness. She loves traveling, speaking Spanish, dancing, playing her instruments, singing, acting, and spending quality time with loved ones.