Born in Washington, DC. She attended Suitland High School, where she was part of the International Baccalaureate program. She received a full scholarship to Iowa State University and graduated with distinction in 2006. She received a Doctor of Medicine graduate degree from Pennsylvania State University in 2011 and is currently Chief Resident in Dermatology at the University of Florida.
Dr. Adgerson comes from a long line of ministers including her great uncle and grandmother. Both of which served as pastors in Washington, DC. Her father is currently Pastor of God’s Will Christian Church in Clinton, MD. Evidence of the call on her life came early on. She preached her first sermon at the tender age of 9. Although she was raised with great knowledge of scripture, she struggled with low self-esteem and identity crises for many years that led her down a sinful path. She credits the prayers of her family, friends, and the guidance of her pastors for helping to rediscover her faith.
Of all the friendships she has been blessed with, her relationship with her sister, Pastor Danielle Clarke, has been the most essential. Having personally faced many of the challenges common to young women today, Dr. Adgerson and her sister felt led to start an organization aimed at empowering Christian women. They believe no woman should have to face this world alone. Their favorite expression is, “God made us sisters, Hearts made us friends.” They hope to share their bond and vision with women all over the world through The Sister Network.