About Learn.Grow.Pass

Though some parts of society face economic injustice, there is opportunity to transform communities into spaces where underestimated people and places have access to resources for fully engaging in a changing economy.

We believe that opportunities exist for those who envision social change, believe in justice for all, and use technology for social good.

Learn.Grow.Pass is a legacy building philosophy. We are creating processes that support shared prosperity.

We are storytellers who love neighborhoods and the people who steward them.

Stories & Strategies for Community Stewards

We create projects that focus on advancement, alignment, abundance, and awareness.

Our projects  explore the journey community stewards take to create shared prosperity.

Our goal is to provide clarity in a world of possibilities for community stewards who want to build  legacy.

We are guided by five core beliefs

Lima Pea. Co values listed in a rectangle box with orange, yellow, and blue color blocks. - Work together, Love to to Learn, Pursue Radical Self-Love, See Clearly, Ask Questions-

As creative dream-architects and knowledge brokers, we provide guidance for community stewards.  

About the Storyteller


Hi, I'm Dr. Lisa-Marie.

I'm driven by a desire to connect people to resources that helps them reach their ambition(s).

I understand the importance of how access to spaces that promote advancement can over time shape the development of meaningful communities. Learn.Grow.Pass. is an evolving creative expression of my desire to encourage those from underrepresented groups to authentically step into their personal or professional power. I hope to demonstrate to community stewards that they can reach wealth creation and freedom without exploiting people or the planet.

My belief system is rooted in nature, my Haitian culture, my first-generation American experiences growing up on Long Island, NY, and my education.

I am a proud alumna of Sacred Heart Academy, Spelman College, the University of Miami, Michigan State University, and the CORO Neighborhood Leadership Program.