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Joined 8 years ago from Hayward, California





McNair is a dedicated people builder with unstoppable energy and an outrageous sense of humor.  Her poignant testimony of overcoming a lifestyle of hiding out, first inside her head and then behind a wall of addiction, eminently qualifies her to encourage and train others to boldly step into their divine destinies.  McNair is an ordained Christian minister with a unique blend of skills developed over the past 35 years.  She graced auditoriums, schools, churches, museums, theater and film sets internationally with her prodigious talent as an actor and workshop facilitator.  She spent 9 years as a literacy specialist assigned to a delightful group of 80 plus year old senior citizens as well as to hundreds of adults recovering from drug addiction.  Her continuous goal was to empower her students to step up and speak out.  In the interim, she created several one person shows to illuminate the causes of the students she worked with.  Audiences will remember her critically acclaimed "Dirty Laundry" as well as "FaithWalker" and "Hiding Out".  Both "Hiding Out" and "Dirty Laundry" featured a precocious child in the quirky line up of characters.  Somewhere between now and the one person shows, she answered the call to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ.  The aforementioned lineup of characters, especially an outspoken 7 year old named Lucille, have found homes in the pages of McNair's inspirational books for children and adults. Her newest book for boys entitled “The Adventures of Martin Tyrone Sanchez Dupree” is rapidly garnering attention throughout the USA. Most recently McNair authored  the first of two pocketbooks—The Way of Salvation and The Way of The Holy Spirit.  Additionally, McNair speaks, counsels, teaches and serves as Associate Pastor at God’s Hand Extended Christian Fellowship in Dublin, California.


  • Keys for Relating to Non-Stop Talkers

    Keys for Relating to Non-Stop Talkers

    4 years ago

    The resident clinician at http://www.bencouraged.net/ challenges readers to be quick to listen, slow to speak and even slower to get angry when dealing with folk who talk all the time. McNair suggests mixing...