ABOUT THE OWNER
Lekeshia Henderson is the CEO and Owner of A.I.D.E. LLC, Administrative Integrations Done Effectively, and is a native of Macon, GA. She embodies a strong work-ethic and believes that authenticity, balance, consistency, and dependability (The ABCD's) are major keys to success in life and business. Her adopted motto is “To give anything but your best, is to sacrifice your gift.”
Her career chronicles companies such as Bibb Mount Zion Baptist Church, Navicent Health, The Telegraph, Birch Communications, and GEICO where she served in multiple positions involving administration, leadership development, organizational development, customer service, and client success providing her with over 16 years of administrative expertise and knowledge.
Lekeshia understands her purpose is to utilize her gift of administration, so she volunteers in numerous positions such as: President of the Northeast-Bibb FFA Alumni Chapter, a 501(c)3 organization, Advisory Board Member at Northeast Health & Science Magnet High School in the Bibb County School District, Patient Education Committee for the Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Association, and President of Scott's Royalty Foundation, a non-profit organization focused on at-risk youth services. She is also a proud member of Bibb Mount Zion Baptist Church, where she serves consistently as well as being a member of the Georgia Christian Business Network.
Lekeshia has received certifications for Marketing, Financial Accounting and Operational Management. She is currently enrolled in continuing education courses taught by the Wharton School of Business with the University of Pennsylvania to complete a Business Foundations Specialization.
Outside of her business, entrepreneurship, leadership and volunteer roles, Lekeshia is a wife to her husband of 8 years and mother of 4 children. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends but would not pass up an opportunity to rest at home in her own bed. She is a die-hard Atlanta Falcons fan and believes regardless of what other people think, you can always “Rise Up” from challenges and setbacks to become a better you.