“For all things, I have the strength through the one who gives me power.” (Philippians 4:13)
Mahogany Bryant joined the Philanthropic Services team as the Senior Associate in 2021. Since joining the team, she has gained a clearer understanding of philanthropy and its need in our city. Mahogany loves that she can go to any department and tap into the wealth of knowledge and expertise due to her colleagues’ expertise.
The majority of her work experience is in social care. During Mahogany’s college career, she served as a dining aide at a nursing home, and before that, she was an infant/preschool teacher. Right after college, Mahogany served at Goodwill Industries of Kentucky, in the Cars to Work Department. Finally, she transitioned to the corporate receptionist, managed by the Department of Development, where Mahogany was introduced to the world of philanthropy.
She had the privilege of graduating from Westport TAPP (Teenage Parent Program), a high school that supports teenage mothers. Before graduation, Mahogany was encouraged to participate in the Family Scholar House program, an income-based housing program that supports single parents who pursue a full-time college education. In 2017, she graduated from Spalding University with a Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Social Science from the School of Liberal Studies. In 2017, she dedicated her life to Jehovah and was baptized as one of Jehovah’s Witnesses – and that is where Mahogany’s passion lies in her ministry. Preaching and teaching about God’s Kingdom truly fulfill her.
Mahogany loves to laugh and make others laugh. She also enjoys gardening, singing, eating pizza, playing with animals, and going on adventures with her son.