CleRenda McGrady is a wife, mother of four, philanthropist, best-selling author, student and inspirational speaker who finds purpose in making a difference in the lives of girls and women.
McGrady is the founder of Project P.U.S.H.,which stands for “Purpose-led, Unstoppable, Success-bound and Hope-filled.”
McGrady is the founder of Project PUSH, which stands for “Purpose-led, Unstoppable, Success-bound and Hope-filled.” The 501 (c)(3) non-profit foundation inspires and empowers women, funds educational pursuits through scholarships, and supports community and international outreach. To date, Project PUSH along with the Tracy and CleRenda McGrady Foundation, has contributed more than 2 million dollars to various charities, scholarship funds, ministry, and community outreach.
Also developed by McGrady, PUSH Girls Academy is a high school girls mentoring and scholarship program that supports, empowers and develops young ladies to become (P)urpose-led, (U)nstoppable, (S)uccess-bound and (H)ope-filled so they can have the confidence to compete, succeed and soar in a demanding world.
“I work with women who already have a certain level of success, to overcome their limiting beliefs that keep them stuck, settling and unsatisfied, who are ready to live a life of purpose, passion and possibility.”
Some of CleRenda McGrady’s awards and honors include:
Houston Woman’s Magazine Top 50 Influential Women; Houston Chronicle Best Dressed (Community Philanthropic) Award; Inspire Women Community Leader Award; Audrey H. Lawson IMPACT Award; TWEF (Texas Women’s Empowerment Foundation) International Empowerment Award; Sweet 16 Women Making a Difference Award.
McGrady holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications, a Master’s Degree of Education in Speech Language Pathology and is currently pursuing a doctorate degree in Leadership and Organizational Change at Baylor University.