Philomena Whitehead, also known as Philly or Coach Mena, was born on September 15, 1968, in Moultrie, Georgia. As a child, she aspired to be a Church Woman but was fascinated with radiology. She embraces her diverse cultural heritage of African American, Cherokee Indian, and African roots.
Philomena's career journey spans various roles, from restaurant and general manager to teacher, aiding individuals in multiple capacities. Her current roles as a homecare giver and Life and Health Insurance Agent enable her to fulfill her passion for helping others and advocating for those in need. She's known for her keen attention to detail, often noticing things others might overlook. Her professional accomplishments range from achieving exceptional operational scores at Zaxbys, where she managed a store with remarkable sales and customer service growth.
She is pursuing a Bachelor's in Business Management and balances her studies at Chesapeake CenturaCollege and True Hearts Seminary School. Her dedication to education aligns with her role as a Minister at Living Waters Tabernacle Baptist Church, where she imparts her knowledge during Bible study sessions and church services.
Passionate about her volunteer work, Philomena regularly ministers at nursing homes and engages in community service, spreading positivity wherever she goes. Residing in Hampton, Virginia, Philomena's life revolves around dance, with a particular fondness for the energy of Canada when she travels. A dedicated mother to three children and four grandchildren, she finds joy in family and is an avid New York Giants football fan.
In all aspects of her life, Philomena believes in starting small, understanding that faithfulness in the little things earns trust for more significant responsibilities. Her story is one of resilience, dedication, and a commitment to making a difference.