We asked folks we admire to tell us about what they want their legacy to be. Check out their responses below.

Hattie Mitchell-Smith | Boutique Owner and Fashion Advisor

I would like for people to remember how my spirit, smile, and beauty commands a room. How I have helped so many gain the confidence that I carry. Just to remember that just because you’re small in body doesn’t mean your presence can’t be big. Read more>>

Dashon Roach | CEO, Mental Health Advocate, Model

I want people to remember me as the nationwide hero for mental health. I want to be known as the brave voice who took a stand for the mental health community. I want to leave a great impact on as many people’s lives as possible. Read more>>

Alicia Yarrish | Wedding Photographer & Educator to Creative Small Business Owners

I don’t want or need to be remembered with fame, or by being the best wedding photographer. I want people that I cross paths with to remember that I care so deeply about their family and their memories- their legacy. Read more>>

Alwayne Channing Allen | Worship Pastor and Chaplain

Legacy. That’s something I think about all the time. Ever since I was a child I always heard my parents, other family members and friends say that I was a special child. I believed it then, and I still do now; although I think it manifests itself differently. Read more>>