What
  • Accounting
  • Advertising
  • Art
  • ARTIST, OIL PAINTINGS
  • AutoMobile
  • BBQ Joint
  • Botique
  • Bus Service
  • Business IT Solutions, Personal Computers, Computer Repair
  • Bussiness
  • Cards Designs
  • Chamber of Commerce
  • Church
  • Cleaning
  • Community Services
  • Consultation
  • Development
  • Eccomerce
  • Ecomerce
  • Ecommerce
  • Education
  • Evangelist and Music Ministry Coach
  • Farming
  • Finance
  • FINANCIAL ADVISOR
  • Fitness
  • Hospitality
  • Law
  • Leadership Pastors & Staff
  • massage bodywork & natural fitness
  • Media
  • mentoring and social entrepreneurship
  • Natural Bath and Body products
  • News
  • Prayer House
  • Private Corporation
  • PRODUCES BUY LOCAL GUIDE, NETWORKING MEETING, PROMOTION OF LOCAL BUSINESSES
  • Social and Cultural
  • Training and Employment Center
  • Virtual Reality
Where

A Women’s Place and Resource Center

 

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The Women’s Place and Resource Center (WPRC)‰ÛÓ a post-crisis nonprofit organization designed to assist women in the process of spiritual, personal, and professional development‰ÛÓ is truly a dream in the making. I finished my Doctorate of Education from Edgewood College in May of 2015. When I walked across that stage as a single mom of three young kids, I realized what I had accomplished was nothing short of a miracle and blessing that needed to be shared. I was now a single mom with a BS in Nursing, MS in Nursing, MBA, and a Doctorate in Education.

I had been in nursing for over 17 years, with 13 years dedicated to education. I realized at that moment how very fortunate I was and how “selfish” it would be not to share with other women looking for and in need of guidance, encouragement, and compassionate assistance. Thus, I knew it was time to “Jump”!

I decided to take that leap of faith and begin the journey of building the Women’s Place and Resource Center (WPRC). I knew in my heart; so many women would benefit from my education, life, professional, personal, and spiritual journey. I worked hard, made sacrifices, and now have the 501(c)(3) status. Yes, a Public Charity.