So many of the folks we work with have multidimensional stories.  They often aren’t just working on a single project, business or mission – instead they are often involved in so many things all at once and so we often wonder about what they themselves hope their legacy will be about.  We’ve shared some of their responses with you below.

Tammy Black | Psychotherapist and Clinical Supervisor

I always did the best with what I had; and saw opportunities where others may have walked away. My purpose in life has been healing and education. I want to be remembered for helping people to rediscover the best version of themselves, and to continue through life genuinely connected to themselves and others. Read more>>

Steven Bush | Freelance Illustrator

I would love to create something that is iconic. Perhaps not in the traditional sense like a globally but more so what everyone knows me for. That character that is versatile and can be fitted into any setting. A figure or aesthetic people want to merge with their brand. During my working career I would like to be remembered for the creation direction of something. To be able to build a world of my own for a console game, or cartoon series. Also I hope my pins and buttons find their way to a Vintage store in a distant future where someone still thinks they’re “cool”. Read more>>

Amanda Christine | Artist and Community Advocate

I want my legacy to be one of joy, creativity, and innovation. I would love for people to remember me by the good feelings I hopefully invoked in their hearts — and the kickass community projects I’m involved in. Read more>>

D.L. Cordero | Author, Healer, Activist, and Advocate

My legacy will by one of recovery, love, and support. I will heal the generational wounds I inherited by treasuring every part of who I am, by creating spaces for others so they too can be held in their entirety, and I will heal the generational wounds by writing stories and poetry that makes me and the most marginalized feel seen and sacred. I will do everything in my power to end the cycles of invisibility, invalidation, and oppression so that, one day, our children dance in the fulfillment of our dreams. Read more>>

Jordan Matthews | Shamanic Healing Practitioner & Energy Healer

I want to be remembered as someone who wasn’t afraid to be themselves, no matter how different, no matter how queer, and no matter how intense. I think we can get so trapped trying to fit into what’s “normal” or what we think we should be based on how we view others. I believe it’s better to be true to myself, for me, than to be the person I think others want me to be. If I disagree with something, I’m going to speak up. If I don’t like how something is done, I’m going to figure out a new way. I’m not someone who compromises what’s authentic to me just to gain followers or earn extra money. Life isn’t about superficial presentations, even though social media paints that picture. I want to be remembered as someone who was courageous enough to ask the tough questions so that new ideas could be realized. I want to leave behind a legacy of authentic, badass individuals who believe in themselves as a result of my example. Read more>>

D-Trait | Recording Artist | Songwriter | Arranger | Consultant | Entrepreneur

My legacy will be one of impact. I want to be remembered as someone who CARED about people in general. As someone who took the time to think about the impact they have on everything around them. I want to be remembered for my passion, for the level of attention to detail that I approach all things with; As the embodiment of excellence. I pray people remember and cling to the love I showed while I was here, I pray my music continues to touch lives, and give people strength long after I’m gone. When my time in this earthy form has come to and end I want them to build statues for me… not to idolize or worship me, but because I have done something so impactful it should not be forgotten. – D-Trait ❤️💯. Read more>>