wife.mother.servant.entrepreneur.advocate.lover of excellence.
An overcomer of molestation, and a product of the fostercare system, Sana Latrease stands boldly in her truth. She is considered to be the Harriet Tubman of her generation because she has accepted the call to lead women of all generations, out of bondage, to Freedom in Christ Jesus.
Sana’s dedication to the power of God is most evident in her own testimony. Behind her commitment to God lies a troubled past speckled with great struggle and even greater perseverance. Sana has come to realize that every event in her life has meaning and purpose. It was through seemingly tragic circumstances that God revealed Himself to her and proved that His mighty hand was indeed all the while at work in and around her. Before long, those things that were once viewed as hindrances became the very foundation for her life and ministry.
Her mission is to divinely connect, inspire, and empower women through all walks of life to be their healed and whole selves.
Sana is the Founder of Pearls of Grace a foundation that empowers women to Freedom and Purpose in Christ. She is also an Advocate for adopted and foster children as well as Children of Incarcerated Parents. The work God is doing through Sana has been featured in Sheen Magazine, EntreprenuHER Magazine, The Middletown Press and WFSB.
Sana serves as the Assistant Director of Camp Shiloh, an affordable, state licensed, youth summer camp, as well as the Director of the Shiloh Youth Enrichment Program, a before and after School Program that focuses on enriching the lives of the youth through homework assistance, and mentorship.
Sana Latrease is the wife to Joshua E. Cotten and the mother of two beautiful children, Jamir and Janai.