Who is the Prosperity Club
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Deborah Armstrong, founder of the Prosperity Club, is a widow who raised four children on her own, from the ages of 8 to 15 months.
Her late husband was uninsured due to diabetes which forced her to turn to welfare until she found work, since then she was able to purchase her own home, got her Bachelor's Degree in finance, and acquired licenses in life and health in the states of Utah, Nevada, and Massachusetts.
She has over 20 years of self-employment and is an investor in real property and securities. Deborah makes no claim to being wealthy. However, she has brought herself from welfare to upper middle class income and is using her experience in helping others move forward.