Theresa Randleman, Founder
T. ROSE Foundation, Inc.
W.I.N.G.S. (Women Inspiring and Nurturing Girls Self-esteem)
Established 501(c)(3), January 2019
Theresa Randleman has always understood the importance of helping our youth reach their limitless potential. What began as a mother’s innovative approach to providing enriching pass time alternatives for her children, soon transitioned into a desire to extend her support and encouragement to even more youth. That desire led Ms. Randleman to partner with the Lansing Housing Commission and administer grant funded programs promoting self-empowerment, education, career planning and mentorship to Lansing, Michigan youth. She also produced 'Daughters of Divine Purpose’; a conference series, for young ladies between the ages of 11 and 18, focused on increasing awareness in the areas of health and wellness, financial awareness, social etiquette, education and self-esteem.
To further her community outreach, Ms. Randleman founded the T. ROSE Foundation/W.I.N.G.S. (Women Inspiring and Nurturing Girls' Self-Esteem). The Foundation provides support to organizations with aspirations to build a strong, healthy, positive future for the youth. Through her Foundation, Ms. Randleman has established and supported a number of initiatives dedicated to the continual support of girls and young women early in their social developmental years to promote positive self-esteem and self-image.
Through her Foundation, Ms. Randleman has successfully sponsored the Annual Girlpreneur Expo; a forum which provides female entrepreneurs ages 18 and under the opportunity to showcase their craft and attend workshops teaching the foundation of entrepreneurship and business plan development. She lends her philanthropic support to the I A.M. H.E.R. (Influencing, Achievement, and Maximizing, Hope, Excellence, and Resilience) for the young ladies of the Abeadeze Kyeakor Village in Ghana, Africa. And, she has helped to increase awareness of the educational, judicial and societal disparities faced by African-American girls through her support, panel discussions and promotional viewings of PushOut: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools.
Ms. Randleman continues to volunteer as a planner, programmer and regional director for numerous local, national and international youth oriented nonprofit organizations. She is the current President of Zeta Amicae of Detroit; an auxiliary of the Beta Omicron Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. As such, Ms. Randleman upholds the principles of sisterhood, scholarship, service and finer womanhood.
She is committed to her passion of empowering youth and assisting in the development of their sense of self-mastery as they build meaningful relationships with their gifts and talents, embrace their natural beauty and step into their journey as future leaders and courageous change makers.