As the founder/CEO of Infamous Mothers, LLC, Dr. Sagashus Levingston offers personal and professional development training meant to empower women who mother from the edge of “sanity,” innovation or both. She also delivers programming to the organizations and professionals that make an impact on these women's lives. She is the creator of Infamous Mothers: Women Who've Gone through the Belly of Hell and Brought Something Good Back, a full-color coffee table book, and she co-produced the sold-out stage adaptation of this piece. Currently, Dr. Sagashus is working to launch a new suite of services, education and media for late 2019 and early 2020. Regarding her education, she earned a bachelor's in English literature from the University of Illinois at Chicago. From the University of Wisconsin-Madison she earned a master's in Afro-American studies and a PhD in English literature. Her dissertation work is entitled, Infamous Mothering or "Bad" Mothers Who Do "Good" Things: Theories and Images of Maternal Activism. While her research focuses primarily on literature, it is infused with feminist studies, motherhood studies, critical race theory, and Afro-American studies. Sagashus is a proud button-wearing member of the Doyenne Group, Inc. located in Madison, WI. She has won numerous awards and is a highly sought-after speaker with credits including a TEDx Talk, opening for Women's March-Madison, and several engagements with universities throughout the Midwest. She is the proud mother of six children—three boys and three girls. Together, they live in Madison, WI.