Reverend Wanda C. Outlaw is a native of Washington, D.C., a mother, grandmother, and a Priest in the African-American Catholic Congregation’s Imani Temple on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Reverend Wanda is a national trainer and motivational speaker. She presents workshops to include: self-esteem, telephone techniques, individual development planning, KSA’s (knowledge, skills, and abilities), team building, attitude adjustment, public speaking, and professional image. She has designed and presented workshops for FEW (Federally Employed Women Executives) entitled, “Diamonds Are Forever” and “A Career of a Lifetime”. She has developed and facilitated women’s retreats. She developed and delivered an empowering workshop for youth entitled “Anointed Life Workshop.” As a motivational speaker Reverend Outlaw has been invited to speak at numerous organizations nationally.
Reverend Outlaw’s dream has always been to serve. She created Dynamic Crossroads whose vision statement is: “In place to guide you to your purpose.” The most prominent contribution thus far is the “Socks and Sandwiches” Project where a growing team of folks go out into the D.C. streets in the dead of winter in the late night and hand out socks, sandwiches, blankets, hats, coats, as well as an encouraging word to the homeless.
Reverend Outlaw, a Senior Associate Pastor, knows that God did not just call men to ordained ministry. God calls men and women, people with weaknesses and shortcomings, to do His Holy will. Embrace her story with a discerning heart and seek out what God has for you.