Nadine Jones was born in Sacramento, California and raised in Lakenheath, England and Camp Zama, Japan. At the age of 15 years old, Nadine and her family relocated to Charles County, Maryland where she has resided ever since. Her journey, while challenging at times, has been rewarding. As a wife and mother of four she is naturally compassionate towards children and people in need. After high school Nadine went on to pursue a career in law enforcement which spanned from 2002 to 2010. Nadine served in the capacity of a corrections officer, police officer, and a Department of Defense Police Officer. Nadine decided to put the handcuffs down in 2010 before the birth of her third daughter. By faith and with help of her family she chose to pursue her dream of entrepreneurship when she started Neat and Clean by Nadine LLC. Years later, after Nadine’s son was born her focus shifted after her son was diagnosed with autism. That’s when the entrepreneur became the warrior. Presently, Joshua’s law is in the infant stages of one day becoming a bill passed by congress. This law is designed to provide special needs children with better public education. Nadine is also the founder of the non-profit organization titled Joshua’s Heart which aims to assist families with the cost associated with much needed therapies and any costs associated with their child’s disabilities.