May 4, 2020
Nina Sossamon-Pogue has a wealth of experiences behind her: She has been a member of the United States Gymnastics Team, a successful corporate executive, an investigative reporter, an Emmy Award-winning news anchor, and was voted Charleston’s Favorite News Anchor for 10 consecutive years. She has also flown through the eye of Hurricane Andrew, covered the 9/11 World Trade Center attacks, experienced a life-altering injury, been downsized from a beloved job, gone through a divorce, and been a single mom. She talks about how she was able to overcome the unimaginable. She was the driver in a devastating accident in her co-anchor’s driveway—that crushed the skull of her friend’s baby boy. This led to despair and suicidal thoughts. But it also led to a miraculous full recovery for the baby and herself. Through this, she learned that everything in your life is just one chapter of your lifestory with a ton of blank pages ahead.