As a Spiritual Mentor, Teen Coach, Speaker, and Entrepreneur, Ariel Fuller is simply a 27 year old woman using her life of transparency & truth to help her generation and teens transpire while living a life for Christ. She has a passion for teaching the word of God & speaking biblical truth so that her generation and younger may apply the never changing biblical truth to their ever changing lives in today’s society.
As the second daughter of Dee Collins, Ariel immediately stepped into entrepreneurship after graduating from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She is now the Chief Operating Officer of Dunamis Woman Enterprise, LLC.
She witnessed her mother execute as a COO while bringing healing to the lives of souls within the community growing up. Always striving to be a lawyer for a profession, Ariel never thought she would be walking in her purpose today through her transparency & testimony. She is now proud to spearhead & mentor a generation of powerful Dunamis Teens within the community through their non-profit organization, Dunamis Community Advocate Services, the official 501 (c) 3 of DWE which provides advocacy services to youth & families 365 days of the year through Mentoring Programs, Outreach Events, and Miss Dunamis Teen & Woman Scholarship Pageant.
When Ariel is not indulged in their non-profit she loves interviewing & serving as the Editor in Chief of Dunamis Woman & Real Awesome Men Magazine. Ariel has fully surrendered & accepted the mandate God has for her life to be set apart from her generation for the building of God’s Kingdom. She truly walks everyday igniting the dunamis power of God down on the inside of her as she lights the torch for the younger generation through her personal teachings, teen coaching, and speaking.
Her Why: “Dunamis” is more than just a term to me, it is a way of life & everything I do relies on the dunamis power of God within me. I want to be able to give my future children an inheritance as well as offer jobs to the youth that I mentor through Dunamis Community Advocate Services. I want them to say, “I discovered my purpose” and I can easily provide a pathway for them to produce in it.
Her Escape: When I don’t find myself working with youth I tend to dance, write, learn American Sign Language, indulge in my love for pageantry and blog on my www.HeyAri.com website!