Fenesa Brewer is a graduate of The University of Phoenix, in Chattanooga, Tennessee. In 2013 she obtained her Bachelor of Science in Healthcare as she focused her studies in business operations, within the medical field. Her training included overseeing finances, resources, and medical services within medical facilities. She is currently the Principal Health Administrator and acting Practice Manager at Paramount Podiatry, PLLC, where she has been employed since September 2011.
Fenesa is also a devoted mother of two sons, Travis and Tristion Brewer and she is a social entrepreneur and aspiring philanthropists. As a social entrepreneur, Fenesa started developing “Still A Kid:” an enrichment program designed for children ages 13 to 16 in the year 2010. At that time, she was a full-time student with very limited funds and unable to pay out of pocket for summer camp. However, because her oldest son was turning 13; he was ineligible to receive the summer camp childcare financial assistance benefits. Thus, came her inspiration for “Still A Kid;” her vision of a summer program for all school-age children, because all deserve to attend summer programs that offer quality supervision and aid in helping build leadership skills, as well as community living skills. “Still A Kid” would aim to help children gain responsibility, operate in the real world, acquire and display positive decision-making skills, during their summer break
In 2016 Fenesa was inspired by her youngest Tristion, shortly after the passing of a “local home grown hero” and Pastor, W.C. Hunter, to create a mural of the late Pastor and Philanthropists, locally, in honor of Mr. Hunter, much like one Tristion saw of Dr. Martin Luther King. In 2018 Fenesa proposed “The Hunter Memorial Mural;” a project to connect the Chattanooga community and surrounding area, that W.C. Hunter greatly influenced. Utilizing public art to revitalize Chattanooga’s diverse community and help cultivate vitality and unity amongst the people is Fenesa’s vision. “The Hunter Memorial Mural” pilot project will lunch in 2020, in conjunction with the J.W. Helen Foundation.