Joshalynn Green-Turner is a dedicated individual passionate about serving others and making a positive impact. As a graduate of HBCU Miles College, she initially pursued basketball but faced setbacks due to knee injuries. While at Miles, she discovered a deep commitment to service. She founded the non-profit organization Phenomenal Women, Inc., which is now based in Denver and focuses on empowering youth and women.
In addition to her non-profit work, Joshalynn is a certified career coach and co-founder of J and J Trucking and Logistics, LLC, where she collaborates with her husband to provide exceptional transportation and logistics services. She is also involved in various organizations, such as Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., the TARRA FirstBank Fellowship, and the BRIC Foundation leadership program for Executive Directors of Color.
Joshalynn's dedication and achievements have not gone unnoticed. She received the 2023 National Association of Professional Women’s Club “Aunt” Clara Award and the 2022 Wellington Webb Leadership and Legacy Award. She was recognized as one of ColoradoBiz's top five young professionals in 2021 and featured in Voyage Magazine the same year. In 2020, she was honored by Denver Urban Spectrum as an African-American Who Makes a Difference and previously held the title of Miss Black Colorado in 2015. Additionally, Joshalynn received personal acknowledgment from Michelle Obama for her efforts as a Change Champion in 2016.
Embracing a philosophy of limitless possibilities, Joshalynn believes that the only barriers we face are the ones we create in our minds. Despite her struggles as a child and in foster care, she inspires others through her actions and encourages them to break free from self-imposed limitations.