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TO HONOR AND RECOGNIZE JENNIFER DIABY OF COLUMBIA AND TO COMMEND HER FOR HER MANY YEARS OF SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTIONS TO HUMAN SERVICES AND MINISTRY WORK.
Whereas, the members of the South Carolina Senate are pleased to recognize Jennifer Diaby for her outstanding service to the Columbia community and the State of South Carolina; and
Whereas, a native of Columbia, Jennifer Diaby graduated from Midlands Technical College with a certification as an Office Support Specialist and an Associate in Business degree in Office Systems Technology, from Columbia College with a Bachelor's degree in Public Affairs, and from New Covenant Bible College with a certification in Christian Marriage Counseling. She will also graduate from Regent University with a Master's degree in Business and Leadership in May 2019; and
Whereas, with an eight-year career as a Human Service Specialist II in the Medicaid Department, Ms. Diaby served many clients in need of her services and impacted thousands with her positive attitude, compassion, and love. Throughout her career, she demonstrated a strong work ethic, great communication, and organizational skills; and
Whereas, a devout Christian, Ms. Diaby strives to make an impact on those within her local community, as well as worldwide, through her ministry work. She has founded God Did the Miracle and Growth Women's Prayer Ministry, an online ministry dedicated to encouraging, inspiring, and uplifting women who have experienced difficult circumstances. She posts prayers, scriptures, inspirational quotes, and videos, reaching a large number of followers across the United States and internationally; and
Whereas, a bestselling author since 2016, Ms. Diaby has since that time self-published three books and been a co-author in four anthologies, and she plans to write many more books in the coming years. In January 2019, she was nominated for an Author Academy Award for her children's book, God Did the Miracle: A Special Blessing from God; and
Whereas, Ms. Diaby has been married to her husband, Omar, since 2005, and together, they have one daughter, Aniya; and
Whereas, the members of the South Carolina Senate are grateful for the dedication and commitment that Jennifer Diaby has shown in serving the State and the people of South Carolina and the Columbia community. Now, therefore,
Be it resolved by the Senate:
That the members of the South Carolina Senate, by this resolution, honor and recognize Jennifer Diaby of Columbia and commend her for her many years of significant contributions to human services and ministry work.
Be it further resolved that a copy of this resolution be presented to Jennifer Diaby.
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