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Coach Katana Campbell is an Evangelist and Certified Christian Life Coach based out of
Jacksonville, FL. In addition to serving as a coach and evangelist, Coach Campbell serves has
served as a featured motivational and inspirational speaker for several organizations
throughout the city of Jacksonville.
Her past experience has given her opportunity to speak with singles ministries, individual
women and other groups of women. For years, she has developed members of the Beyond
Scars organization where she regularly serves to support burn victims of diverse ages, races
and backgrounds. Also, she is often called upon by her friends, family members and
colleagues to be an encourager and spiritual guide.

Coach Campbell’s firm spiritual foundation has been groomed and developed under the same, solid leadership for over 24 years at ATCC (Alexander Temple Community Church). As an evangelist at her church, she speaks regularly throughout the year and loves the opportunity to empower her fellow church members. Coach Katana Campbell’s guiding scripture and long-term motto is Proverbs 27:17 which says, “As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.” Using this mantra, Coach Campbell goes through life alongside others aiding themin areas where she has experience.

Coach Campbell loves to take on opportunities with rejected groups because she knows that
rejected women and young people are her ministry gift from God. As a coach, she focuses her
career on building the groups that others may count out. In the future, Coach Campbell aims
to branch out and serve more groups of young people as well as hurting and rejected women.
As God uses her, Coach Campbell empowers other young ladies or young adults to move past
failures in life and go after their hearts’ desires and fight for the place that they deserve in
life. In essence, she wants to teach them to “Take Life by FORCE!” She takes the
responsibility as a woman of God to help people when God places them on her path.
“Iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.” — Proverbs 27:17.

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