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Steve Pemberton is Divisional Vice-President and Chief Diversity Officer for Walgreens, the first such person to hold that responsibility in the company’s 110 year history. Prior to assuming his role at Walgreens, Steve Pemberton was Chief Diversity Officer and Vice-President of Diversity and Inclusion at Monster.com, the leading global online careers property. Steve and his wife, Tonya are the proud parents of three children.
Excellent and moving - my perspective from someone who works in child welfare.Published 1 month ago by Maria
This book is an amazing read. The early years of life for this author was sad horrible yet he survived. Thank you for sharing your sad yet triumphant life.Published 1 month ago by peggy jones
A sad story with a great ending. This tells us a story of how we should be very careful of what we have and help those whose lives may touch ours if only for a brief while. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Penelope Lane
I work for a non profit organization called Bernie 's Book Bank. We are dedicated to providing books to at-risk children in the hope those books help them build a better life. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Terry DeMarco
What a story of perseverance and suffering. Me. Pemberton takes us on the journey with him and we experience his trials with him. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Charlene Creager
"God is not finished with him yet." I was expecting the author to help change the foster care situation . Read morePublished 1 month ago by Corrine
This was one of those "can't put down" stories. I love how Steven presented the story and how well it was written.Published 1 month ago by prplcws
Bravo, Mr. Pemberton! This book is such a tribute to your courage and resolve. I can understand why so many people are in disbelief that you survived such horrors. Read morePublished 2 months ago by ME