Past Present and Future
Theresa is an extraordinarily talented multi-community award-winning recipient who has spent over 25 years serving in her community. More than just a problem solver, Theresa is an advocate of love and she shares it through voice, unique musical inspiration style, spreading her message of Love and Life. She uses her creative abilities to help people understand the process of “Loving in the Spirit” so that they can live happier and healthier lives. She has spoken before many community organizations and churches. She has advised community agencies and sat on the advisory committee of former City Councilwoman Tanya Ryes. She was also the Vice President of the founding membership of the Long Beach Head Start Council. She founded Eradicate the Hate, a non-profit organization that promotes love by developing and providing community resources that empowers the community for positive change. She partnered with World Vision on special projects. Theresa has started programs that has helped thousands of families with essential needs and food. She developed support groups for hundreds of women to build support systems. Theresa has planned community giveaways, community festivals and concerts. She has been on the cover of the LA Centennial News Paper, All Woman Magazine in Jamaica and on the NBC 7 News in Los Angeles. She has been instrumental in bridging the gap between the business community and the non-profit service community in the Los Angeles County area.
Theresa has received the Congressional Community Pride Award from former Congresswoman Juanita McDonald for providing support to more than 200 non-profit agencies in her district. She also received the Outstanding Businesswoman of the Year Award from the American Businesswomen’s Association Long Beach Chapter. Theresa has also been honored by the City of Long Beach, the National Council of Negro Women and many others. She received the Key to the City of Westwego Louisiana for taking a 53ft trailer truck load of toys and essential items to the city and distributing to thousands of children and their families. Theresa has made a profound impact for a functional society, advocating millions in grant donations from the LA County Supervisors, in support of programs supporting DCFS families, in the Family Preservation Program.
Theresa’s love movement has always included her passion for music and putting her message of love in her songs. She has performed at the Inglewood Miracle Theater, the City of Carson Jazz Festival, the Leimert Park Black History Festival, The World-Famous Globe Theater and Headlined at the Hollywood Catalina Bar and Grill where the Real Mother Love was the host and comedian Melony Camacho opened up! Theresa was also the Queen of the Uhura Rising Celebration at the Saban Theater in Beverly Hills in 2019. She has shared the red carpet with music artist and actors such as Diane Warren, Snoop Dog and Mario Van Peebles to name a few. Her message is prevalent and it is obvious that her life is ministry, with her latest released song, “This too Shall Pass” being used as a covid-19 PSA in the country of Ghana Africa. Theresa’s message of Loving in the Spirit is inspiring the world and raising the spiritual vibrations of those who listen!