Angela D. Reddix is the President and CEO of ARDX, a multi-million-dollar healthcare management and IT consulting firm based in Norfolk, Virginia.
In 2016, Angela created the Envision Lead Grow movement, an online platform designed to support and encourage entrepreneurs at every stage of their journey.
Angela values education and is determined to share her knowledge with you.
Anyssa Reddix is a published author, speaker, and mentor to young girls. Sharing Angela’s passion for entrepreneurship, she jumped into Envision Lead Grow with both feet.
Anyssa is the Program Manager for Envision Lead Grow. She is in charge of organizing the stops along the 7-City Bus Tour. She has put together the team of counselors that will travel from city to city, she will be overseeing how they carry out the curriculum, “The 8 Seeds to Success in Business,” as well as organizing the logistics to get the bus on the road.
Samantha A. Peavy is a mother, published author, and an entrepreneur. Building relationships in helping young girls build their businesses is a passion she shares Envision Lead Grow.
Samantha is the Stakeholder Manager for Envision Lead Grow. She serves as the primary point of contact for the mentors, mentees, and parents. She holds mentors accountable for meeting with their mentees on a monthly basis and provides guidance and accountability for mentors, mentees, and parents.
Danielle Sasso is the Research Manager for Envision Lead Grow. She is in charge of data collection, data analysis and program evaluation to make sure our girls are receiving the very best guidance and support.
Danielle is from a small town in the middle-of-nowhere, West Virginia. She graduated as the top of her class, summa cum laude, from Hawaii Pacific University with her Bachelors of Science in Health Science; she then went on to obtain her Masters of Public Health degree, cum laude, from Eastern Virginia Medical School. She credits her success to hard-work, passion, and the support from her own mentorship program that she was a part of in high school.