Laequinla Hunter was born in Chesapeake, VA to Alton Wilson and Nancy Williams. She is the oldest of three siblings. She married her high school sweetheart, Ernest Hunter, in September 1997. She is the founder of the Christian Women Alliance, a national organization geared towards building up and empowering women in the areas of business, ministry, partnership, and community service. Christian Women Alliance also focuses on the areas of ending hunger, mentoring young ladies, and Autism Awareness. Along with her husband, she has authored a children’s book entitled, Three Little Girls Who Turned Our World Around. This book is geared towards all children, and has rhyming words and vivid artwork that is especially appealing to children with Autism. As a humble humanitarian and community activist, Mrs. Hunter has utilized proceeds from this children’s book to makeover the homes and bedroom of families living with autistic children. Mrs. Hunter co-produced with her husband the original feature film, Caught Up: Memoirs of a Preacher’s Wife and the hit stage play Grandma’s Songs. The Hunter’s also penned a ground-breaking book Ministry Shall Not Destroy My Marriage, which resulted in a spin-off television show and radio broadcast which airs in over 15 countries world-wide. Mrs. Hunter currently serves as the Chairperson of Community Harvest Outreach, Inc., a 501 (c)3 designated non-profit. Community Harvest Outreach, Inc. offers programs and services to address the needs of populations from low-income families and communities. Founded in 2007, this organization has served over 100,000 families in need. Together with her husband, Mrs. Hunter founded God’s Anointed Touch Ministries. Headquartered in Windsor, Virginia, she currently holds the office of an Apostle. Mrs. Hunter enjoys spending quality time with her husband, mentoring others, and using her gifts to enhance the lives of others.