Bridging Gaps and Changing Lives
Ambassador Dr. Jacqueline Mohair is a nationally known Transformational Business & Life Strategist, Advocate, Professor, Life Coach, Minister, Serial Entrepreneur, and Ambassador to the UN. She is an author who has written inspirational books on empowerment and entrepreneurship, teaching Women from all walks of life how to win through faith.
Ambassador Dr. Mohair is a premiere Life Coach helping women to turn their passion into profits and dreams into reality. An advocate for change, who is passionate about empowering people to succeed in life and business, teaching mankind how to birth vision and turn their pain into purpose. Her motto is “You were created by a creator who’s given you Power to Create from the Well Within”.
Ambassador Dr. Mohair was the former appointee to WOLMI/International Third World Leaders Association Ambassador to the United Nations (UN) Economic and Social Council (UN ECOSOC) on January 26, 2015. The former appointment of Ambassador was granted by Word of Life Ministries to The United Nations Headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, and she was later promoted to Chief Ambassador to Vienna, Switzerland. Currently, she serve as the UN appointee for the His Marvellous Grace Support Foundation. She is the Former State Candidate for Georgia House of Representatives for District 103.
Ambassador Dr. Mohair has a strong record of humanitarian service that includes operating as Co-Founder of Trinity Girls Network, representing the United Nations in eradicating domestic abuse. She and her husband are founders of all things Trinity to include Trinity Vocational Solutions LLC, Trinity International University of Ambassadors & T.I.U.A School of Business that offers Christian & Business Education globally. As well as Mpowered Media Solutions, a global business development firm that helps entrepreneurs create winning strategies for success through marketing, sales, and technology. She sits on the Board of the Whitney E. Houston Foundation. An organization that focus on empowering and changing the lives of youth.
With more than 20 years of marketing and sales experience, and 15 years as an entrepreneur, Dr. Mohair has helped hundreds of small business owners, corporate professionals, and non-profits succeed. She has also reached the top position in 3 network marketing companies.
Dr. Mohair is the recipient of the 2016 44th President Barack Obama LifeTime Achievement Award. She received the Outstanding Georgia Citizen Award from the Office of Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp. The Governor of Georgia, Nathan Deal gave the founded organization Trinity International University of Ambassadors a proclamation for Georgia to have it’s Humanitarian Day. The Trinity Girls Network Corp. organization received a proclamation that on August 12, 2018, will be UN International Youth Day in the State of Georgia. She obtained her Bachelor’s in Business Administration with a minor in Marketing from Mississippi State University; attained a Masters in Educational Leadership from Argosy University; a Masters in Internet Marketing from Full Sail University; a Doctorate of Ministry and Leadership from the Canadian International University & Seminary, two Honorary Doctorate Degree’s in Divinity, Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA) with special concentration in International Business from Argosy University and received numerous civic and private association awards. She’s a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and Delta Sigma Pi, Professional Business Fraternity. She serves as a member of the International Association for Continuing Education and Training. She has taught and held lecturers on Business Administration Courses at Hampton University and Upper Iowa University. Currently, she’s a John C. Maxwell Certified Coach. Her extensive international travel has helped to develop a great appreciation for all cultures, as reflected in her training sessions held worldwide.
Dr. Mohair is fueled by a passion for fulfilling God’s mandate for these turbulent times. Her thrust on character building by merging spirituality with everyday living provokes people to pursue a life of integrity. Wherever she goes, Mohair exhorts and encourages her listeners to deepen their intimacy with God and arise to their divine appointment, calling, and destiny.
She’s married to Dr. H.T. Mohair of 20 years, and together, they have four children and four grandchildren.
In the midst of it all, Dr. Mohair stands on the principle that it’s not about platforms, it’s about the Love of Christ!
Minister~Mother~ Marketer~ Author~ Professor~Advocate
- Obama Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award 2016
- Obama Presidential Gold Award
- Outstanding Georgia Citizen Award
- Word of Life United Nations Ambassadors Award
- Keys to the City of Brentwood, Maryland
- Georgia State Resolution
- Women of Wealth Billionaire Round Table Award
- Outstanding Georgia Business Award
- Ardyss Executive President Award
- My Video Talk 4 Star Award
- FOIE Expert in the Field of Marketing Award
- Honorary Doctorate Cica International
- Tahitian Noni Diamond Pearl Award
- Honorary Doctorate Sound Doctrine Bible College
- Proclamation from the State of Georgia, City of Maryland, Lawrenceville, GA
- President Donald Trump Lifetime Achievement Award 2019
What was life like growing up for you? What kind of family did you grow up in?
I grew up with humble beginnings. Life was simple and easy. Growing up on a farm in the sticks of Mississippi was simple and easy. Today when I look back over my life, the things I thought were hard were really simple.
We had to wake up early to attend to the farm. However, the one thing I ran from is the very thing we need today. We need to learn how to grow our own food. It’s amazing how this younger generation is gravitating back to that lifestyle. After graduating from college, I could not wait to get to the city.
My parents were hard workers, and they believed in education. My mother was an Educator. She taught 4th-6th graders science. That’s why I created The Rosie Lee Perteet Stem Scholarship fund on her behalf. I grew up with a lot of love from my parents, grandparents, and aunts.
How old were you when you knew this was our calling and what you were going to do for the rest of your life?
At the tender age of six, I knew that teaching and preaching were part of my destiny. As a child, you would find my dolls lined up as I was teaching and preaching. Interestingly, I never saw women preaching when I was a child. Growing up, the church I attended did not believe in women preachers but yet God me for such a time as this.
Were you a dreamer growing up? What kinds of dreams did you have?
I dreamed all the time. My father would always say that I had a “Big Mind.” I always dreamed of exploring the world, living in a big home, and helping others. My mother would tell me, Jackie, you be whatever you want. Just believe and prepare.