She has had many opportunities through To Inspire One to share in motivational and public speaking alongside best-selling author, Stephan Labossier and television personality, Toya Wright. From commencement speeches, middle school awards programs, presenting for higher education conferences, conducting leadership trainings and partnering with high schools to discuss college transition there is no greater purpose she would prefer to have.
Ms. Cranford’s previous honors includes being listed as Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Top 30 Under 30 by HBCU Buzz for her impact and achievements. She has also been acknowledged as an Outstanding Young Alumnus by United Negro College Fund (UNCF) National Alumni Council (NAC) for her commitment and support of her Alma Mater, Paine College, acknowledged her for her time as the Director of Alumni Relations and recently received The Annie R. Carthon Service Award at Fort Valley State University. She is also a recipient of the CSRA Shero Late Quincy Murphy Vision Award and a member of the sensational gospel group, Trey McLaughlin and the Sounds of Zamar. She is an Augusta New Leaders Council (NLC) Fellow, a Higher Education Leadership Foundation (HELF) Fellow, and presently serves on the board of directors for Creative Impressions, Georgia Shift and Up Next Initiative.
A young lady of many accolades: academically, athletically, within the community and church. She enjoys music, laughter, family, being a sense of hope for young people and traveling. She strongly believes, she may not have gone where she intended to go, but she thinks she has ended up where she intended to be with her faith and trust in GOD.