Name: Amanda Grantham Sekulow
Age: 25 ¾ years old.
Weight: None of your business.
Title: Founder. Creative Cupcake. Director of Special Projects. Professional Student. Mrs. Tennessee United States 2011. Puppy Mama.
Job Description: To formulate and facilitate ideas to nurture the vision of G.L.A.M. To be a leader, encourager, and role model: not only to the young women we hope to inspire, but also to the G.L.A.M. team, my family, fellow students, and the rest of the world everyday.
Most referenced scripture: 1 Timothy 4:12 “Don’t let anyone think less of you because you are young. Be an example to all believers in what you say, in the way you live, in your love, your faith, and your purity.” NLT
Relationship Status: Happily married to Logan Sekulow.
Favorite Color: Tiffany blue and a variety of pinks.
Music playing right now: The “UP” soundtrack.
Motto: There are no mistakes, just experiences.
Passions: Mentoring, family, art, random acts of kindness, animals, and food.
Favorite Travel Destination: Walt Disney World Resort.
Hidden Talent: Glue.
A Haiku about you: I’m tall not lanky.
Lack of food makes me cranky.
I think Logan’s Swanky.
What makes you G.L.A.M.?
* My faith – I whole heartily believe that God has given me the ability to see my BIG dreams come true through His will. G.L.A.M. Ministries is the product of those dreams. I get to spend my days creating ways to tell women of all ages about mentoring, and how life changing it can be. He built this vision, and I am honored to be a part of its realization.
* My life experiences – Life is full of ups and downs, good days and bad. I have had more than my fair share of both. I am so grateful to my mentor, Audrey, for being there with me through it all. I was 14 years old when we met. She was my Sunday school teacher and disciple group leader. At that point in my life, things were really difficult – Audrey was and is still there with an encouraging word, a prayer, and a listening ear. I know she has been a guiding light on God’s path in my life. Because of people like Audrey, who use their gifts to touch people’s lives, G.L.A.M. exists. I firmly believe a mentor can make all the difference in a young woman’s life. The benefits of having someone to support, guide, encourage, mold, and challenge you, mentally, spiritually, and physically are immeasurable.
* My glittering abilities.