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August 1, 2022 47 min

In this episode of Pass the Mic, we have the one and only KP (Kourtney Pina) discussing faith over fear and how this led her to her purposeful work in our community. 

A little background on Kourtney: 

My name is Kourtney Pina. I was born in Providence, Rhode Island, but Tampa raised me. I moved here when I was eight years old, and I attended school from elementary through college in Tampa, Florida. I am a mother of two, a boy who is 16 years old and a little girl who is six years old. I am an entrepreneur. I own four companies; I own the hottest nightclub in the city of Tampa. I work in real estate, which is booming in Tampa, Florida, with high-end luxury clientele. I am a philanthropist, and overall I’m just a boss. It took a while to get here and understand who I was as a woman to know what I was capable of becoming. My children motivate me, and more than anything, the young women around me constantly telling me how much I inspire them are motivated every day to get up and keep pushing. I plan on owning multiple locations and opening my brokerage. The goal now is not to stop just riding the wave. 

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