Wannabe Outreach Programs
The "Wanna be" Seminars written by  Brandi Winans, is a proven system to
want to do with their life by developing their natural born gifts and talents
and then put together a strategic a game-plan to get them there. These are
done in group seminars/workshops or one-on-one counseling.  The
foundation also offers parent and teen workshops to help the family unit
work and understand each others needs. D.i.S.C. Personality Testing and
I-sight for teens, is used in many ways including counseling, relationship
enhancement, employment assessment, conflict resolution, team building,
personal development, career guidance and as a communication insights tool.

Her latest curriculum includes helping high school, college, Pro and former Pro
athletes and their families transition when the game is over.

D.F.O.C., a (501(c)(3) non profit corporation, is an educational organization  
who has worked with, various non-profits,The David Wells Foundation,
Attention Home, Charles Britt Halfway House, and has helped various families
who had no where else to turn. Brandi also works with Troubled Teens and
does educational seminars through the Pinellas County School's Speaker
Bureau, Department of Juvenile Justice, Circuit 6 and  through her Wannabe
Outreach program. Individual and Corporate donations are always needed for
educational supplies, brochures, handouts and seminar instruction. No
salaries are taken.. Looking for help with grants to continue our mission.

She is scheduling Speaking Engagements and Seminars now for Spring 2016
and Fall of 2015. Submit your need on the request form.  
The "Wanna be" Seminars are Unique Life Skills Programs that helps
students develop their natural born gifts and talents through behavioral personality
assessments and soft life skills such as Time Management, Goal Setting, Job
Interviews, Resume Writing, Communication, Listening and Leadership; where
there are no grades, and a test they can never FAIL.

The "Wanna be" Outreach Programs includes Brandi's work as a Life
Coach, Couples Counseling and working with at-risk youth and young
adults ages 14-24.
They partner with schools and organizations including
Knowledge Quest Academy's Alternative Learning Program and the Department of
Juvenile Justice Circuits 6 and Circuit 13. They also work with all Public and Private
Faith based or secular programs at your facility, home or office.