Tyierra is more than a boss babe, she is a survivor! Tyierra is a New Orleans native and US Navy Veteran that is also a survivor of Hurricane Katrina. Being a motherless teenager battling abandonment. Homelessness inspired Henderson to pen her experience in her first memoir called “Katina: When God closed His Eyes on New Orleans”.
Henderson began writing the memoir at 15 while taking refuge in the New Orleans Superdome.
“My story is designed for an audience who at some point has felt they weren’t good enough to make it out; people who didn’t believe they had a chance to soar beyond the extent of their family and friends,” stated Henderson.
She continued by saying, “When God closed his eyes is for those who believe the life they were given is all they will ever be. [My story] will bring motivation, inspiration, and authenticity to people all around the world who have questioned their purpose in life when surrounded by temporary situations.
Hurricane Katrina Passed over New Orleans in August of 2005. Tyierra Henderson is one of several New Orleans who were displaced after the detrimental storm. Despite the odds she rose from the ashes of a devastating experience.
Henderson is now a resident of Madison, Alabama. She currently holds a graduate degree in Management and an undergraduate degree in Journalism. She was also the recipient of the Washington DC Dunkin’ Donuts Community Hero Award and she was also a selectee for the United States of Women Conference presented by the Obama Presidential Administration.