About Yeatoe Gloria
To God be the Glory, Yeatoe Gloria McIntosh is a survivor of the Liberian Civil War. She runs Cammepa Productions with her sister, Catherine Huntress McIntosh. An Epidemiologist, Yeatoe Gloria's mission is to improve the quality of life of others from the young to the young at heart through inspiring and empowering initiatives. This mission is embedded in Yeatoe's entrepreneurial endeavors. At the age of 4 years, she pleaded with her father to start her "waiter market", which is similar to a lemonade stand, but with other products such as Milk Candy, gum, Kool-Aid, biscuits, and popcorn. Now, she has introduced brands such as Liberia Fashion Week, I Rock Africa, Miss Intercultural, Poshly Poised Beauty Meets Fashion Pop ups, Herfidence, Pre-College U, the Boldly She Moves Project and more to come.
"My dream is to look at my footprints on earth and not only see God is carrying me, but that I'm helping many jump over the hurdles of life as well". - Yeatoe Gloria
Education & Work Profile
Yeatoe obtained Bachelor of Science degrees in Chemistry and Statistics from Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). She later received her Master in Public Health with emphasis in Epidemiology from VCU. She worked with the Virginia Department of Health as an Epidemiologist Senior. Yeatoe served as a facilitator for the West African Disaster & Preparedness Initiative for their Disaster Table Top Exercise immediately after the Ebola outbreak in Liberia- when 2 cases resurfaced in Liberia.
Yeatoe served as UNICEF Child Broadcaster at the age of 14 years. She has volunteered with the Liberian Association of Virginia, the African Community Network, served as a Big Sister for the Big Brother, Big Sister Program. She also restarted and grew the African Student Union at Virginia Commonwealth University. She has mentored young women through pageantry, from her community, and others who God has brought her way. She has organized many events and served as branding consultant for businesses.