CleRenda McGrady finds purpose in making a difference in the lives of women. Audiences leave inspired and enlightened after experiencing this author and founder of the non-profit women's and girl's empowerment organization, Project P.U.S.H.
A certified life coach, CleRenda is devoted to helping women connect with their purpose and fulfill their dreams via her books, blogs and signature events. She is a vlogger, former TV host, and a philanthropist. She holds both a Bachelor's Degree in Communications and a Master's of Education and Speech Pathology.
She is inspiring women of all ages to view themselves as beautiful and capable. In her first published book, Women Who Push Create Their Own Success Story, she engages readers in her personal journey from the shadows of her seven-time NBA superstar husband Tracy McGrady, to defining success and purpose for herself.
She and Tracy live in Houston with their four children.
Yolanda Adams is a singer, record producer, actress, and multiple award winner of Grammy, BET, Soul Train and NAACP Image Awards.
The singer and former schoolteacher, whose love of children’s causes is almost as legendary as her singing, eagerly embraces the social responsibility that comes with the blessings of success. She’s served as a spokesperson for the FILA Corporation’s Operation Rebound program, which addresses the concerns of inner city school children.
The former radio host of her own nationally syndicated morning gospel show is also author of the book "Points of Power" helps readers and fans to Discover a Spirit-Filled Life of Joy and Purpose.
Jacquelyn Aluotto is a producer, director, and activist dedicated to saving shelters for homeless people through the eradication of poverty, violence, and abuse across America. Jacquelyn created, produced, and directed three new shows proving that making a difference is entertaining and inspiring. She is the go to girl for celebrities, activist, influencers, and advocates who want to be featured on her shows and highlight their causes.
She directed and produced the Award Winning Documentary "Not In My Backyard" with never seen before powerful footage of abused and homeless women and children. She is the recipient of many awards, including the 2016 "Women Making A Difference Award" honored by the Buffalo Soldier National Museum.
She is the founder and creator of RBRW.ORG, Pick It Up Pictures LLC, and her non‐profit Break The Cycle.
Jacquelyn's main focus and dream is to inspire people through Socially Conscious Entertainment that is making a difference and giving back.
Inspirational speaker Lindsay Clark is highly sought after for her wit, wisdom and relatable delivery. As a mother of two, she enjoys sharing the challenges and triumphs she has experienced while rearing her son and daughter.
Lindsey is often found consulting women in their pursuit of purpose while still functioning as wives and mothers. She works daily alongside her husband as lead pastors for two Triumph church campuses in Nederland and Beaumont,Texas.
Jan Hargrove is a consultant and former Adjunct Professor at the University of Houston for eight years. Her gift is in teaching how the body communicates to others. She's unlocked the secret to “reading” customers, family, students, in fact, everyone around you. Author of Let Me See Your Body Talk, Freeway of Love, Judge The Jury and Strictly Business Body Language, this popular speaker, distinguished educator and national talk-show guest reveals all the "hidden messages" we use in our everyday life that can dictate our success or failure.
Funny lady Amanda Hebert has a gift of bringing warmth and humor to everyday life. This mother of three lights up the stage with fresh comedy full of the exploits of her three Musketeers. She and her husband have worked with hundreds of families in discovering the joy in financial freedom. She openly shares their personal story of sacrifice and self discipline that led them to debt-free living and abundance.
Verenda Hodge went from being a homeless hostage of drug addiction to an energetic, successful Realtor® and sought after Group Counselor for Star of Hope's, NEW HOPE program, mentoring to hurting, homeless, and hopeless women. She is a faithful member of Golden Rule Broadcasting, a nonprofit organization dedicated to bridging the gap in communication to seniors, the underserved and remote populations. Audiences leave inspired and refreshed after hearing Verenda share from her journey.
Tomeka, a native of Houston Texas began her career as a Motivational Speaker while matriculating at Texas Southern University as a Communication Major. She has been Helping, Empowering, Loving and Preparing people for their PURPOSE, PLAN and PLATFORM long before being crowned Ms. Black Texas 97'.
Tomeka had a life changing moment while in college that set the path and confirmed her calling with the GOD given ability to touch the lives of people everywhere. She was determined to show the world that any and everybody had a PURPOSE, PLAN & PLATFORM...and she would be the one to HELP them put it into PLAY.
As part of her platform, she created The HELPPPPing Hands Foundation in 1997 which eventually lead to THA-theHELPPPPagency in 2005, which includes RCM Media Productions!
RCM Media Productions houses 5 Faith-Based Properties during Highly Secular Events such as Grammy Week, NBA All-Star Weekend, Oscar Week, and The Essence of a Woman SHERO Awards during October Breast Cancer Awareness Month Her OVERALL message is one of ENORMOUS FAITH to accomplish ONES DREAMS and GOALS even when individuals feel they themselves are "OVER THE HILL".
Lereca Monik is a Relationship Manager for the local American Red Cross, where she manages the community foundation portfolio for Texas Gulf Coast Region and leads initiatives to build local corporate partnerships. Ms. Monik works on building the American Red Cross' market position, maintains business relationships, and helps identifying community leaders to leverage community resources.
Prior to joining the American Red Cross, she worked in various development and community relation roles. Lereca is actively engaged in her community where she often serves as an Ambassador for business associations. She holds a Bachelor's of Science and a Masters of Public Education from Texas Southern University. Lereca is a native of Vancouver, Washington, a member of Lakewood Church, Ms. Texas America 2016 and the proud mother of her daughter, Lereine. Lereca enjoys helping others achieve their personal and professional success goals through three main pillars: Community, Leadership, and Women/Children.
She gives herself permission to fail forward, and encourages others to do the same. She believes that it is important to maintain a positive self-image during life's transitions because life's devastations will make you stronger. Her signature motto is, "You Were Born for Greatness. Embrace Your Uniqueness. Now Go Be Great!" YOU REIGN!
Theresa Roemer has been a small business owner since opening her first fitness facilities in Wyoming in 1991. Currently, she is the CEO of Theresa Roemer, LLC and oversees the development of several lifestyle brands. She recently opened a showroom in Houston, Texas where she is creating a bespoke fitness and clothing wear line, as well as a home and décor line.Theresa's passion for health and helping people started as a young age. As a sickly child, she was diagnosed with a heart condition she was told would hold her back. Determined to prove the doctors wrong, Theresa began her lifelong journey to stay active, healthy, and physically fit.
An extreme supporter of many local and national charities, Theresa is a board member for Child Legacy International, making frequent trips to Malawi to build sustainable programs for children there, teaching them how solar and wind create electricity, and installing clean water filtration systems. She is a member of the Circle of Red for the America Heart Association and raises hundreds of thousands of dollars annually. Theresa has been an ambassador for the Texas Children's Hospital since 2008.
As a child Theresa was diagnosed with rheumatic fever many times over, which caused her to have a heart murmur; she was sickly and her doctors diagnosed her with a lifetime of physical constraints. Theresa opened her chain of fitness centers, Body by Design in Wyoming in 1991 and ran five facilities through 2000, while also providing personal training services through her company Phenomenal Physiques during this time. She took the U.S. Open title in body building at the age of 40, and in the year 2010 Theresa held the titles of Mrs. Houston U.A., Mrs. Texas U.A., and was the 1st runner up for Mrs. United America concurrently. In 2011 Theresa climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro to raise money for Child Legacy International.
It is a tradition in the Roemer home that Sunday nights are "pizza night", which are especially reserved for family.