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Board of Directors

Rebuilding Respect for Women seeks expertise in a multitude of arenas of their Board of Directors. Each member brings with them knowledge and experience that contributes to the advancement and support of the organization.

Jennifer Campbell, MPA Chair

A graduate of Bennett College for Women, in Greensboro, North Carolina, Jennifer Campbell double majored in Business Administration and Accounting. As a student, she received the Amway/Ebony Business Leadership Scholarship award and was selected as Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges & Universities. She was active in various organizations on campus, including Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority.  As a result of her campus involvement and passion for community service, Jennifer was selected as a delegate to the Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO) Forum on Women in Beijing, China.

Jennifer’s heart for the empowerment of women remains.  As a result, she aims to be an effective leader & active contributor for rebuilding self-worth in women, particularly for low income women in urban communities.


Precious Williams, Esq.
Board Member

Precious L. Williams, Esq. is a successful New York based attorney, entrepreneur, motivational speaker and mentor to a number of young people.  She grew up in St. Louis, Missouri where she graduated as Valedictorian of the Class of 1997.  As the recipient of numerous scholarships, Precious attended Spelman College where she was an ambassador and student speaker for the college, President of the English Club, and a member of the Ethel Waddel Githii Honors Program.  She graduated from Spelman College in 2001, Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa with a B.A. degree in English.  As a skilled orator, Precious pursued a law degree graduating from Rutgers School of Law-Newark in May 2007.   Since 2009, Precious has worked as a solo practitioner in the areas of mortgage-foreclosure and landlord-tenant matters.


Wheatonia Malekebu, MSA  
Founding President and CEO
Rebuilding Respect for Women

Wheatonia Malekebu has worked for several years in the administration field both in the public and nonprofit sectors. She is a graduate from Metropolitan State University in St. Paul, MN, with a Bachelor of Science degree in International Business, as well as acquired a graduate certificate in International Administration. She then went on to receive her Master of Science in Administration from Central Michigan University, with a focus on Human Resources Administration. Her focus on women empowerment has been extremely dear to her for many years as she has traveled the world and been able to see first had how the lack of education and resources can really affect a person's ability to make it in life, especially women. She vowed that once she was educated she would then use her knowledge the most effective way that she could, and that was sharing what she has learned, and that is what Rebuilding Respect for Women does for her, it allows her to reach out to women around the world to help them love and respect themselves.

Nadine Graves, 
Nadine Kla-Diihbah is a graduate from Delaware State University, where she majored in Sociology with a concentration in Criminal Justice. Throughout her educational career she has demonstrated exemplary leadership skills. As a Criminal Justice major, she was taught the fundamentals of the Criminal Justice System, in addition to her success in academics, she was an active member in the Sociology Club and the National Organization for Black Law Enforcement Executives. These organizations have given her the ability to adapt to diverse situations. Furthermore, she has had several years of work experience in the health field. This experience has awarded her with great communication, organizational, and customer service skills to a variety of clients. She is currently pursuing the possibility of attaining a Law degree a William Mitchell College of Law in Minnesota, specializing in international and immigration law.


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