Trenna Grice, founder and CEO of the God'sMorning Foundation, is an entrepreneurial businessperson, with an experienced background of working in the entertainment industry. She comes from a large family of creative people. Many family members are talented musically and others with creative expressions to include culinarians, artists and mural artists, dancers and graphic designers to name a few. Trenna’s youngest sibling, Darrell "Kleph Dollaz" Durant was signed to a major recording label in the ‘90s in a duo group called “Ill Biskits”. Kleph is the reason the God’sMorning Foundation began. After the passing of Kleph in 2012, the journals he left behind, aspiring to help the youth through creative means, motivated Trenna to create a vehicle that would make a difference for a lifetime. Kleph’s desire was to assist the students to pursue positive paths with their futures. Aside from being a writer, producer and Emcee, Kleph was also a Youth Behavior Counselor working with at-risk youths in Richmond, Virginia. Kleph created programs bringing children together to express themselves through music, art and dance. Kleph counseled them promoting interest to explore creative avenues and to work in a positive manner within the community. With the arts programs often being the first elimination from budgets of public schools, Trenna was concerned about the possible negative affect it may have on these students. She decided to continue Kleph’s dream of helping others and worked collectively with other family members to create the God’sMorning Foundation. Trenna and the God’sMorning Foundation team are determined to encourage students to pursue their dreams and will continue to aspire these young adults so that they will graduate with a mindset to create as well as promote a positive impression on the ones that will follow them.