Dubbed as “The Accidental Activist,” by a New York journalist, Jessica Sharp Akhrass never anticipated the need to author a book.  After studying advertising and marketing at The University of Tennessee, Akhrass developed a career in fitness and personal training to employ her love of encouraging and engaging with others.  Though educated, happily married, and enjoying a successful career, Akhrass’ life plan screeched to a halt on an early morning in January of 2012. God had a different path for Akhrass, one for which she had no experience, no background, and no degree.  But she did have a reason. “Sincerely, Addison’s Sister” tells the story of an ordinary person accomplishing extraordinary things in the midst of indescribable tragedy. Akhrass hopes that her story and work will help others avoid an all-too-common tragedy in today’s American families.

Contact Jessica at  jessica_akhrass@yahoo.com  or on Facebook at A.D.D.I.S.O.N.

Buy the book here: https://www.amazon.com/Sincerely-Addisons-Sister-Jessica-Akhrass/dp/1970037350/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1584022562&sr=8-1&fbclid=IwAR01EVai0PUODM7mrbQoeIDPklAzi2sHcvF0CSLTl0CAazGjY7apvsf1bRk

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