Gina Smith

Gina Smith

Gina Smith served alongside her husband at a small Christian college right outside of Washington, DC for almost 20 years, where she caught a passion for speaking into the lives of young adults. Those same young adults are now parents, and they are still listening – and bringing friends! She previously dedicated her days to serving her family, but now that her children are grown she fully enjoys her calling of entering into mentoring relationships with women of all ages in person and on-line. Gina has articles published on several on-line communities and currently serves as Tribe Manager for The MOB Society, an online ministry to parents of boys. Gina has been married to college professor Brian since 1987.


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