Marsha Mac / Bio
Marsha Mac understands the value of healthy relationships and extends the level of committment and trust necessary to restore comfort in broken moments and hindered dreams. Her compassion for others to develop their gift and live a life of greatness, brings a refreshing and joyful attitude with endless possibilities.
Marsha Mac attended Howard University majoring in Accounting/Business and later attended the University of Dayton. Given the opportunity for relocating to Atlanta, Georgia in 1988. She obtained a corporate position with Digital Equipment (later acquired by Hewlett Packard). While employed at Digital for eight years, she launched a Fine Art Business which cultivated the right decision making and management skills that made her a success. She then pursued another passion in the Radio Industry and resigned from her previous endeavor.
During her four years at Kiss 104.1 she displayed her voice talent and produced the Lonely Hearts Club with Jeffrey Charles on the Slow-Jams segment for two consectives years. She continued to develop her skills in prodution under the direction of Mitch and Arvester Faulkner with On Mic Productions. The esteemed radio personality known to all as "Marsha Mac" made special appearances at the famous Blue Lights in the Basement as well as the Tom Joyner Morning Show Live Anniversary parties while her voice could be heard on advertisements aired for one year on Kiss 104.1.
Inspired with life-changing results, Marsha founded Make Me Over Inc., in 2005, with the purpose of changing vital components in everyday living for a well-balanced life. She began counseling women for marriages, drug addiction, career empowerment, and various issues.
In 2008, she graduated from Faith Christian Center Ministry School and the Institute for Life Coach Training. Marsha Mac attended a licensing and ordination service in Southfield, Michigan. She received her ministry license under the leadership of Bishop Keith A Butler.
The same year she went to work on the front lines at one of the nation's leading cancer facilities to practice that which was learned. Marsha Mac coordinated chemo, CT and Pet scans, Bone Marrow biopsies and much more. She worked with Leukemia, Multiple Myeloma, and Lymphoma patients and assisted them through the mazes of complex situations. Empowering those to live, get well, or transition into eternal life.