Coach Ajee is now able to combine her outstanding IQ skills of the game and her experiences as a student-athlete to help the future female basketball player succeed at the next level; in the classrooms and on the court. Aside from establishing her own women's training camp, she is a Paralegal by day. She is also a part of the Phi Omicron Zeta chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority.


 Standing at a strong five feet two inches on a good day, her motto is, "it doesn't matter how big you are, but how big you play". Coach Ajee offers private and group one-on-one skill development training in the North Georgia area. 

Born in Los Angeles, California, but becoming a native of Raleigh, North Carolina, Ajee learned to eat, sleep, and breath basketball. After being an All-Conference selection in high school, she had the opportunity to play at two junior colleges: Miami Dade and Southwest Tennessee. She became the team's leading scorer and rebounder for the Saluqis and then transferred to Murray State University where she became the team's starting point guard and obtained a Bachelors Degree in Political Science.