Board of Directors
Dreamcatchers for the soul board consists of five active members in the community. Each board member at DreamCatchers for the Soul Foundation, Inc. ensures that the mission of our organization is effectively and successfully executed by monitoring our operations. They play an intricate role in updating and creating plans to see our vision through.
Our board members are dedicated professional who believe that mindfulness will change the lives our children.
Our board is involved in many ways, from implementations of programs, working “hands-on” with our youth and families, fundraising and event planning.
Kay Richardson Author | Speaker | Business Strategist forced into business at the young age of twenty-four, had to quickly learn the skills of business development to propel her new healthcare business forward. Completely unarmed with any formal business training, Richardson built a brand a company that attracted Fortune Company clients like Adobe, Cargill, U.S. Government and local Municipalities. With brand and customer development being her strength, Kay infused her marketing and selling skills in the non-profit education sector earning $3.5 million in revenue in less than 4 years. Professor for Keiser University a, Wayne Huizenga’s School of Business C.I.T.E.E. Summit and guest panelist and business advisor for Miami Dade College’s D3 Conference.
Five years ago Kay launched ClientsWhoSayYes.com, a business development, and coaching service to help women startups, services professionals, and entrepreneurs overcome common business struggles she faced in her early years in business. The Clients Who Say Yes ™ Model helps entrepreneurs structure customized business models, create a practical step-by-step plan to attract clients, establish profitable revenue models and selling skills to generate consistent revenue.
Mrs. Brigitte Jenkins a native of the Turks & Cacios Island, educated in the Bahamas, migrated to the United States in the year of 1986. She attended Miami Dade College and received a degree in Business Administration, several years later she attended Nursing school where she received her nursing degree. She is employed at the public health Trust for the past 18 years. After years of services in The Newborn Intensive Care Unit, she had the desire becoming a child’s advocated, licensed through PRIDE and a proud foster parent, MeMom Safe Place was born. Brigitte is the foster mom of four at the moment.
Her dream is to save one child at a time.