Latrea A. Wyche
I am Latrea Wyche and I am dedicated to helping people with various disabilities find their voice, in an effort to discover their God-given purpose. This website was created to provide a platform for people with disabilities, find the freedom to express themselves and be who God designed them to be. As a motivational speaker, it is my goal to empower and motivate the disabled population to live above what society has limited them to, by providing a voice that teaches them to speak their personal truth. Latrea Wyche is 37 years old, she is originally PG County MD, and Latrea is a life coach, a motivational speaker and a published author. She currently resides in Fayetteville NC with her husband and their ten year old daughter. Born with Phiffer Syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that causes the bones in the skull and other parts of the body to not fuse properly. Latrea also has vision and hearing impairment and has enduring more than 30-45 operations to correct various health problems. Dealing with major family issues to include as drug addicted parents, she and her sister entered the foster care system when Latrea was twelve and her sister was four. This is where they would remain until Latrea reached the age of sixteen when she and her sister would be adopted. Throughout their time in the foster care system both girls encounter countless abuse. Latrea being the oldest, always felt I was her job to take care of her sister, something she been doing since she was born, was always there to make sure her sister was take care of, even sometime sacrificing herself. Through it all she has managed to defy the odds; earning a BA in Psychology, a Master’s in Education. Latrea became Professional Certified Life Coach, as well as certified in disabilities ministries. Blessed with the God-given ability to empower and motivate people with disabilities to find their God-give voice. Latrea strives to see people with disabilities live their best life, find their purpose but most importantly learn the importance of being real with themselves about who they are.