Pulse – Changing the lives of incarcerated women

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ST. LOUIS, Mo. — The SoulFisher Ministries, a local non-profit in St. Louis is changing the lives of women who are incarcerated through self-esteem programs and educational courses that lead to college degrees. The goal is to help them build self-esteem, confidence and life skills that will help them be successful when they are released from prison.Meet Shawntelle Fisher, founder of The SoulFisher Ministries and learn how she turned her life around.


  • Keishawn Cramer, Program Participant
  • Dr. Elizabeth Perkins, President St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley
  • Melissa Douglass, Goal Driven Counseling
  • Shawntelle Fisher, Founder and CEO The Soulfisher Ministries
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