EDMONTON, AB, CANADA, December 14, 2011 /Stanford Who’s Who/ — Stanford Who’s Who proudly welcomes Leta Montague to the exclusive network of premier professionals as a result of her exceptional effort in the community. As President of the L.M. Empowered Women of Hope Association, as well as throughout her brilliant professional career, Leta has routinely demonstrated the vision, dedication and diligence necessary to be considered among the best.
L. M. Empowered Women of Hope is an organization which was born out of a need to meet with women of various backgrounds to encourage them to learn, prosper, heal, pamper themselves, laugh, feel safe, and most of all to hope. They provide support groups for women and educational workshops to help them get back into the workforce. The organization also works with teenage girls in the community. L.M. Empowered Women of Hope partners with other community groups to assess the needs of women and provide hope to all women of all backgrounds at all times.
In addition to running L.M. Empowered Women of Hope, Leta is the author of the book, God’s Grace: A Long Night’ Journey into Day, which details her journey after the end of her 35 year marriage. The book exhibits her continued relationship with God, despite the mental, physical, and emotional pain of her divorce. It utilizes scripture as well as details from Leta’s life after divorce to inspire readers to establish a closer relationship with God.
During her collegiate career, Leta earned a Bachelor’s degree in Linguistics from the University of Alberta. She is a member of the International Association of Teachers of English as a Second Language. Leta is a devout Christian who has served in several roles in the church, including Sunday school teacher, Sunday school superintendent, women’s ministry president, and pastoral assistant.
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