Ms. Gilmore matriculated at Trident International University, Cypress, CA, (B.S, health education, concentration-substance abuse); Grand Canyon University, Phoenix, AZ, (M.S, addiction counseling); and is currently attending North Central University, Phoenix, AZ, (doctorate of psychology in mental health practice). She is passionate about rebuilding broken lives, restoring lost ambition and coaching people to maximize their fullest potential. Her terrain of service expands from working with inner-city youth to the dismal corridors of our nation’s military. Upon retiring as a master sergeant in the United States Army, her roles were served as leader, instructor, minister, counselor, life skills coach and staff trainer for more than 21 years. Her military contributions and humanitarian services extend to various stateside locations and the international community with two 15-month combat tours in Iraq, a three-year tour in Germany and a year-long tour in the Republic of Korea. Community service works include founder and executive director for Teach Them To Love Outreach Ministries, Killeen, TX; Women of Transformation in Philadelphia, PA; volunteer services with Central Texas Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse in Killeen, TX; licensed minister under Bishop Nathaniel Holcomb; volunteer services with the Refuge Corporation of Copperas Cove, TX; and Family Advocacy Program Victim Advocate and Substance Abuse Program on Fort Hood, TX. Lolita has been married for 20 years with three beautiful children.