Taffi Dollar, a native of Atlanta, Georgia, is a world-renowned author, teacher, and conference speaker. She is married to Creflo Dollar, and together they co-pastor World Changers Church International (WCCI) and World Changers Church-New York.
A minister of the Gospel, Taffi has a global influence in ministry and music. She has hosted Women's Conferences for the past 20 years, and has empowered women through the Women's Ministry at WCCI for the past 23 years. Additionally, she serves as the CEO of Arrow Records, a cutting-edge Christian recording company. Taffi also serves as a guest panelist for numerous music festivals and workshops around the country.
Taffi's commitment to helping others is evident through her lifestyle of service. She founded the WCCI Women's Ministry to promote unity and sisterhood. She frequently hosts prayer and Bible study meetings, retreats, workshops, and other events to empower women to develop in the love of God. In addition, Taffi founded the World Changers Independent Study Program as an alternative to traditional homeschooling. Taffi also serves as an active mentor and sponsor of the Service to Education program at Toney Elementary School in Decatur, Georgia, where she is instrumental in helping students excel in reading. As a result, the school reported its highest achievement on standardized scores for two consecutive years. Taffi and Creflo, received the 2005 Eagle Award for their continued efforts in supporting the program. Taffi was recently voted one of Atlanta's most influential women by the Atlanta Business League, and currently serves on Mayor Shirley Franklin's Women's Agenda Initiative Roundtable.
In July 2006, Taffi established the Ethel Johnson Bolton High School Seniors Scholarship Program, which has awarded 20 scholarships to Atlanta's High School seniors.
Taffi also founded the Prestige Ministry, an outreach to women in the adult entertainment industry. Prestige has partnered with the City of College Park, as a supplemental probation program called the Woman of Worth Program, which consists of mentorship, enhancing self esteem, educational and career assessment, financial literacy classes, drug and alcohol counseling, health screening, and assistance with job placement for six months.
With a bachelor's degree in mental health and human services, Taffi also has a heart for restoring family relationships. Above all her accomplishments, however, she considers supporting her husband in ministry and raising Godly children her primary purpose. As a mother of five, she firmly believes that the best way to raise successful children is to be an active role model, demonstrating the love of God.
Visit the author's website at: www.worldchangers.org.