Building Generational Wealth and Changing the Narrative on Single Moms
JP Alumni Fellow Lavasha Smith knows single moms are world-builders and looks forward to co-creating prosperity for future generations of her family.
A Mother’s Look into the Future: Not Just Surviving but Thriving
JP Alumni Fellow Ifrah Abdalla has been working since childhood — and her daughter’s happiness is her ultimate goal.
Solving Our Big Problems Together
JP Alumni Fellow Ashley Mages is not going to stop speaking up in the name of necessary change for women, especially moms pursuing education.
The Small Successes Create the Path to Our Dreams
JP Alumni Fellow Stacy Abbott talks celebrating wins, mom-friendly work policies, and building the life she wants.
My JP Community Experience
From bonding with other JP moms to connecting with staff, Miranda R. has experienced the supportive community that JP co-creates with moms.
I’m a Single Mom: Changing the Stigma
This JP Fargo-Moorhead mom is using her voice to uplift other single mothers—and encouraging single moms to work together for necessary systemic change.
Meet JP Alumni Fellow Anita F.
Anita is special education teacher and a mother of three who graduated from Jeremiah Program’s Minneapolis campus in 2012.
Meet JP Alumni Fellow Christine Smith
Christine Smith is a 2006 graduate of Jeremiah Program’s Minneapolis campus. A mother of two, she serves as the Health Equity and Tribal Grants Supervisor for the Minnesota Department of Health.
Meet JP Alumni Fellow Angelina Kery
A graduate of Jeremiah Program’s Boston campus, Angelina Kery works as a legal assistant for a civil litigation law firm. Now a JP Fellow, she discusses her hopes for the program.
Meet JP Alumni Fellow Brittany Block
Brittany Block, a 2014 graduate of Jeremiah Program’s St. Paul Campus and a mother of one son, discusses becoming a member of the first cohort of JP Fellows and opening her own business.