After 15 years of teaching, she discovered a passion to help and empower women. With tenacity and hard work Angela McNair was blessed with a leadership position within the School Board of Broward County mentoring and developing teachers.
In December 2007, she was ordained as a minister of the gospel. She’s a dedicated member of Kingdom Worship Center, International under the leadership of Apostle Amos and Co-Pastor Yoshiko Benefield. She serves as a Pastor, leader, and a minister of the gospel.
After connecting to her calling, God opened the door for Angie to give birth to purpose and destiny. In January 2007, she had a vision to start a non profit organization called Sisters Empowering Sisters, Inc. Angie believes that God has implanted gifts, talents and great abilities in all of His daughters. Because of life's changes, disappointments and failures that the enemy launches out against us day to day, it causes doubt and confusion against God's plans.
Through divine connections produced through this organization, women receive an overflow of the anointing, which came to destroy the yoke and remove the burden (Isaiah 10:27), allowing women to walk in the freedom and liberty that God has called them to walk into. Our mission is help women jump start their purpose and destiny so they can freely walk into their peace and prosperity.
Dr. Angela Benefield-McNair
Dr. Angela McNair was born and raised in Ft. Lauderdale, FL to Amos and Mary Jo Benefield. She attended Nova High School, and upon graduating she received her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Marketing from Bethune Cookman University in Daytona Beach, FL. She has also received her Doctorate Divinity Degree from Heart Bible Institute University in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
Angela McNair, a wife to the late Willie McNair, and they have been blessed with 3 wonderful children. After the birth of her first son, she discovered a passion for children; so she furthered her education at FAU and Florida Memorial University and became a certified teacher in elementary education where she became a positive influence in the lives of children.