PV: Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
JW: I see myself in ten years advancing in my career as a forensic pathologist and continuing my entrepreneurship career with my makeup and clothing line, and continuing my path as a brand ambassador for multiple businesses, it’s something I’ve been doing since I was 18. It’s like I have this opportunity to push other’s purpose, I like that a lot.
PV: What gave you the motivation and strength at such a young age to be an entrepreneur and brand ambassador, model if you will?
JW: My testimony, my life, motivates me. Watching my mother fight and beat breast cancer twice, not having my father in my life, as he was murdered when I was very young, these factors give me the motivation I need. I have to be strong for mother as I have learned to be strong by watching her, and I have a legacy to fulfill for my father.
PV: Now that you have graduated high school and having maintained school and studying, what advice would you give a student trying to pursue entrepreneurship?
JW: The most important thing for me was learning to rotate things and maintain my priorities, like grades, marketing, etc.. School comes first, don’t get me wrong, but time waits for no one, if you want it, you have to go after it.