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CHELLERINA E. THAXTON



CEO & Founder





Now Faith is the Substance of things Hoped for, Evidence of things not Seen.

Hebrews 11:1 kjv


Chellerina E. Thaxton is truly a woman of faith with many works as evidence that demonstrates her belief in turning impossible challenges into positive manifestation. Chellerina is a 20-year cancer survivor of one of the most deadliest disease's, gallbladder cancer.


Cancer in the gallbladder is so deadly because it has no symptoms until the cancer has spread to the liver and upon discovery, victims are normally given few weeks to live. Chellerina survived by the Grace of God. Her cancer was operable and she never had to take medication or receive chemo or radiation treatment. Until this day, her doctor's are amazed at her survival and has professed that she is a medical miracle.


Chellerina believes that she is still alive for one purpose, to encourage others to use thier God given gift and talents, follow their dreams, and pursue their passion ultimately, to live their destiny! As a response to her called purpose in life, through prayer, fasting, faith, patience and many tears over the years.


God has empowered her to establish the Empowerment4U Network a timely company needed in such a time as this in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.


The Empowerment4U Network focuses on empowering individuals to use their gift and talents, turn them into entrepreneurship, business ownership and multiple income streams. Individuals are equipped to reach their endeavors and get exposure on TV and Radio Platforms.


Growing up as a child, Chellerina suffered with a learning disability. She prayed to God to make her smart. God responded by endowing her with creative entrepreneurial thoughts at the tender age of eight. Now, 44-years later, to date, God is still answering her childlike prayer full of childlike faith, with witty business strategies, wisdom, knowledge and above all, understanding.


She was educated in the Rochester, NY and Philadelphia, PA school districts and she graduated from Community College of Philadelphia with a degree of Associates in Arts, Liberal Arts, with Honor.