Meet Eugenia Wallace
Eugenia Wallace was born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri. At a young age, she developed a passion for serving others while falling in love with the law. Growing up in the foster care system, Wallace served on the Missouri State Youth Advisory Board, advocating for foster youth across the state, drafting and implementing legislation that is still in use today. By the age of 16, Wallace was a college athlete at Missouri Western State University. There, she quickly became involved with several organizations. Over the course of four years, Wallace performed over 400 hours of community service, served on multiple executive boards,started a nonprofit organization, spoke at the 2019 commencement ceremony, and earned two degrees.Currently, She attends Washington University of St.Louis, School of Law, obtaining a Masters degree in Legal Studies, where she will continue on as a candidate in the Juris Doctorate program.
Her love for community development sparked the creation of her corporation Female Force Association, which is an organization dedicated to building businesses while building connections, empowering women of color all over to be the best version of themselves. Through Female Force, she has been able to give away business grants, scholarships, teach women the importance of entrepreneurship, all while implementing positive change within her community.