Alaina Holloway-Carpenter has mentored hundreds of youth in her hometown and in Atlanta, Georgia using unconventional methods to attract and transform troubled adolescents.
In 2015, she authored her first book, "Behind Church Doors: Overcoming Church Hurt," a memoir detailing her painful experiences as the wife of a pastor. Alaina hopes to use those experiences to help women overcome adversities in their relationships, careers, and religious journey.
In 2016, Alaina was Honored by Mayor Frank Jackson for the "Faces of Sacrifice", during Black History Month. She was also honored by the President and First Lady of the United States as a “Change-Maker" in the City of Cleveland.
Alaina is the proud mother of two daughters, Lauren and Allyson, college students excelling in their respective fields.