Serena Eagan is an advocate for the general welfare of families, communities, groups and individuals. As a product of divorced parents, Serena developed the urge to help children of broken homes learn to cope and properly heal from past trauma. From the ruins of her own situation arose the desire to dedicate her life to helping individuals learn to live happy, healthy lives.
To pursue her passion, she earned a Bachelor of Arts in social work from Eastern Michigan University where she also served as president over the Association of Black Social Workers. From the University of Michigan, she obtained a Master of Social Work and was among 10 students (of 350 total) inducted into the Child Welfare Specialist Fellowship in 2007.
From New Orleans to England, Serena has performed various roles including facilitator of inner healing groups for women and youth advisor and counselor for homeless shelters and schools. She currently serves as a behavioral health clinical advisor for Humana, a field instructor for The Yunion Inc., and counselor and co-facilitator of the online and over-the-phone support network entitled, “Mommy Chat.”
Among her most prized accomplishments is Fierce Love, a sisterhood Serena founded – alongside a colleague – that provides support, guidance and resources to wives and mothers. Through Fierce Love, Serena offers confidential, life-altering counseling to improve familial ties and individual wellness.
Native to Detroit, Michigan, Serena and her husband, John, have three children: Shalom (6), Levi (4) and Nehemiah (1). Her guilty pleasures are glazed donuts and dancing. Serena remains committed to wholeheartedly serving God, her family and the community.