This is Stacey Dorsey, a mother of a fellow hornet. She is a hard working super mom and beautiful person inside and out. During this crisis that everyone is facing, here is just some input on what Stacey Dorsey has to say.
I live life by three words everyday which are live, love, and laugh.
— Stacey Dorsey
Starting with a little background.
Q: Where were you born and what was your upbringing like?
A: I was born in Baltimore, Maryland. I wasn’t raised in a very good neighborhood but my mother was determined that I was not going to be involved with my neighborhood activities.
Q:Who has been the greatest influence in your life that has impacted the man/woman you are today?
A: My mother, because she showed me what a strong woman looks like.
Q:What about your family?
A: I just love them so much and wouldn’t trade anything in the world for them.
Q: Can you tell us of your education history and what your goals or life ambition was when you were a student in High School?
A: I attended private catholic school for the majority of my childhood life. After graduating from high school, I wanted to join the Law Enforcement, but things happened to go a different way so I ended up in Public Relations instead.
Q:What was the most memorable point at that job?
A: When I celebrate my 20th year at my job. I truly didn’t think I was going to be there that long.
Q: Is this where you thought you’d be five or so years ago?
A: No, because it really wasn’t what I wanted to do at the time.
Q: What informed your decision on doing what you’re doing now?
A: My children depended on me for a lot, so I have to do my best to help provide for them.
Q: What are your plans for the future?
A: To retire at the age of 65 and just enjoy life.
Q: What kind of advice would you offer a student, who is undecided on his or her career path?
A: Never give up, do your best, and if you start something always finish it.
Q: How would you describe the state of higher education in America today?
A: Overrated but useful when you are seeking certain jobs.
Q: Have you ever travelled outside of the United States? Where, and how does life outside compare to that in the US?
A: No, but I plan on traveling soon as I retire and I hope its better outside the United States.
Q: What does the future hold for America?
A: Nowadays it’s very unknown, only God knows.
Q:Are you interested in politics? If no, why not? What is your take on the state of politics and the future of the American democracy?
A:No, politics does not reflect on my life at all, again it’s overrated to me.
Q:How are you responding to the outbreak of the Convid-19 virus?
A:Sad to say I still have to go to work, but everyday is scary for me to even go outside yet alone go to work with others.
Q:How are you handling this stay-at-home order?
A: lol I’m not staying at home, I’m at work.
Q:What keeps you going during these trying times?
A:I must say my O mighty God.
Q:How can the government better handle the situation?
A: I believe that they just needed to listen to everyone and take matters seriously.
Q:What are your hobbies or extracurricular activities?
A:I just love to shop and spend time with my lovely family.
Q:How would you describe your philosophy of life? That is, how do you see this life and what principles get you grounded and moving forward?
A:I live life by three words everyday which are live, love, and laugh.
Q:Let us end this interview with a memorable quote from you. How would you describe yourself to the world?
A:I am… who I am and no one I mean by no one can change that. – Stacey Dorsey
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