HEATHER L. DUMA
Heather L. Duma is an award winning performer, speaker, community advocate, and an Amazon #1 international best selling author. Driven to inspire others through the written word, Heather focuses her inspiration on the areas of family, faith, community, lifestyle, nature, relationships, and personal growth.
HEATHER L. DUMA
After graduating at the top of her class while studying English Literature at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Heather went on to graduate with a M.A. in Communication from The Johns Hopkins University.
She is an international #1 Amazon Best Selling Author. She now uses her passion as a writer in her day to day role as a marketing strategist. As a former public servant and fundraiser with a passion for volunteerism, Heather has also been the recipient of various national, state, and local awards for community service.
A proud Eastern Shore of Maryland native, Heather has a love for both Christian and country music having recorded her own album, performing internationally in France and Germany, and even once serving as the opening act for country music legend, Travis Tritt.
Heather resides in Hebron, Maryland with her high school sweetheart, Rob and their son.
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I Am More Than Enough features: Ty Bolden, Stacy Bryant, K.L. Clare, Heather Duma, Denise Emerson, Crystal Haynes, Angela Hill, Shaquan Hoke, Kenyia Hutchins Hollis, Cassandra McCray, Charron Monaye, Rahdyah Renee, Robin Sample, & Alesha Shaw.
Get ready to be inspired and motivated by these 14 women from around the globe who are powered by purpose.
I Am More Than Enough is a written anthem that covers overcoming perfectionism and body image, healing from childhood trauma, surviving sexual abuse and domestic violence, dominating the workplace, and loving the essence of our hair. As you read the stories, you will be able to connect on some level.
Whether the story applies to you directly or indirectly, the lessons taught are priceless.
Heather specifically directs her chapter to overachievers and encourages us to examine our desires to strive and achieve.
"Not until we are lost do we begin to understand ourselves"