Kansas City, Missouri (May 10, 2017) - Faith Bible College is to present an Honorary Doctorate Degree to Kansas City’s own, Marquita Miller. CEO of Five Star Tax and Business Solutions, Miller is also a television personality, professional speaker and published author who has distinguished herself as an entrepreneur and small business owner on a national level.

She is delighted and humbled to be selected for such an honor. “Faith, family, and entrepreneurship are all close to my heart,” said Miller. “To be recognized in my local community on the basis of these principles is huge to me and I intend to show my gratitude by continuing to advocate the power that exists in uniting faith and entrepreneurship.”

Affiliated with Oral Roberts University, Faith Bible College is a non-denominational theological school located in Independence, Missouri and was founded in 1997 by Dr. Zalmer Nichols. Every year graduates obtain degrees in various classifications of Biblical study, ranging from the Associate level to Doctoral. Miller is a professional speaker, author of the critically acclaimed book, “Faithpreneur” and above all: a Christian. Her acts of kindness shown to others and throughout the community are only foreshadowed by her love for God, her family and her faith.

The ceremony where Miller will receive this honor will take place this Saturday, May 13th, 2017. For information about Marquita Miller log on to MarquitaMiller.com or call 816-444-0004.

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