“My goal is to help as many people as I can become self-sustainable. We accomplish this through our unique scholastic and business training programs. Programs that are custom designed to serve each individual’s specific needs.”
CEO and Founder of DIJAH ‘s Diverse Training Services, a Business and Scholastic Consulting & Training Organization. This 20 year Business Owner developed over 30 years of customer service, training and business planning expertise through years of work from a foundation of a BA in Speech Communication and work in the Insurance, Mortgage Banking, Consumer Credit, Business Administration and Education industries. Her drive to manage a small business that ranges from helping children with Education and Scholastics to building business plans with Business Owners is based on her first hand experiences. Developing skills Just As they Happen is both Khadijah and the DIJAH motto.
As the Vice President of DIJAH’s Diverse Training Services , I enjoy fulfilling the needs of the community. I began as a CAMP ACHIEVE in 2014 as a camp counselor, which lead to my interactions with my local community and the underserved. My work in communicating and teaching /tutoring children, has been an impactful part of my journey of achieving a B.S. in Psychology. I am a December 2021 Candidate at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County UMBC. My work with DIJAH’s Diverse Training Services has increased my experience in tailoring the customer’s needs from their own perspective. Working with the underserved population and highly intelligent individuals my perspective has broadened to see hidden gems surrounding my career and work with DIJAH’s Diverse Training Services
I was born and raised in Baltimore Maryland and I’m just getting started in life. My role as Youth Executive Board Leader & Secretary allows me to explore and qualify my skill sets. My skills and future plans are diverse. From being able to run a skid steering wheel loader on construction sites to swimming 66 laps in a swim meet, to working side by side with Small Business Owners to develop Marketing material that draws Customers to them, my skills are diverse. In a short period of time, I was privileged to experience several things. I was in a law camp in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, aspiring to become a lawyer myself. I attended classes at the DHF (Digital Harbor Foundation) in Baltimore MD, where I learned to code and use pixel art. I was a member of BCSC (Baltimore City Swim Club)for 5 years.
Knowledge without an effective method to implement is useless. We all have the ability to learn and repeat information. But is the information you learned able to be applied to your life and/or business? DIJAH effectively utilizes business and scholastic training to implement avenues of skill set development.