Trevon Ferguson

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Kili Class

2022 Conquering Kili Class

Role

U.S. Army Veteran

Location

Grand Prairie, TX

Favorite NFL Team

Dallas Cowboys

ABOUT TREVON

Mr. Trevon Ferguson was born in Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago. He resides in Grand prairie TX with his lovely wife Pamela Ferguson. A proud father of 9 and grand father of 4.

Mr. Ferguson migrated to the US in 1994 after completing high school. Shortly after arriving in the US he chose to serve in the US Army. As a soldier, he served as an 82C a Field Artillery Surveyor. While on active duty he sustained a life altering brain injury. As a result he currently lives with epilepsy, anxiety and depression and ptsd all of which he considers the keys to his purpose. In addition to this injury, he is also a multi digit amputee which makes him an adaptive athlete.

Mr. Ferguson’s message is “Purpose.” Through a holistic approach, motivational and inspirational words his message is clear. “You are here for a great and divine purpose.” His audiences walk away with a clear picture that they too have a purpose and that they too can face and overcome life’s all-to-common challenges. A certified Ziglar Legacy speaker and trainer that has spoken to audiences such as, Mizzen & Main, FBI Training Center Dallas, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Charlottes’ Web and more.

Mr. Ferguson quotes his mission as follows:
“I am a messenger of HOPE! It is my responsibility to help improve the life of everyone I meet by creating with them a picture of HOPE, of a better quality of life. As an Architect I utilize words to help people design and build an on purpose, high quality, high energy, abundant life. I help people transform their lives by unlocking their purpose through inspiration. My purpose is to use my creativity and compassion to empower and inspire others to live and express their purpose in a meaningful, humble, loving way.”

Each new Conquering Kili class accepts the challenge to embark for the summit, a walk that represents the miles that many African women journey on a daily basis to fetch water for their families. While training for the climb, each team member works to raise funds and transform communities through the gift of clean water.

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