Ashla Hill Roseboro and CEO Ashley ROSEBORO Co-host Potomac View TV show on “Faith in Action”

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Michelle Smith

Roseboro Holdings

Phone: (202)780-7064

Email: info@roseboroholdings.com

Website: www.roseboroholdings.com

Ashla Hill Roseboro and CEO Ashley ROSEBORO Co-host Potomac View TV show on “Faith in Action”

WASHINGTON, DC-  Roseboro Holdings CEO Ashley ROSEBORO joined Ashla Hill Roseboro on Potomac View TV show to discuss “Faith in Action” with Dr. Luke E Torian and Mrs. Clarece J. Torian.

The mission of Potomac View TV Show is to educate viewers on cultural topics and services available in Northern Virginia communities through utilizing television broadcasting to give voice to individuals, groups and organizations that typically would not receive mainstream media coverage.Potomac View TV Show can be viewed weekly on Comcast Community Channel 2 on Tuesday’s at 6:30 p.m. in Prince William County, Manassas and Manassas Park in Virginia.  YouTube video recordings of current and past shows are available on our website.


 

Roseboro Holdings CEO Ashley Roseboro Participates in the Arthur W. Mitchell Collegiate Leadership & Policy Institute Forum

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Michelle Smith

Roseboro Holdings

Phone: (202)780-7064

Email: info@roseboroholdings.com

Website: www.roseboroholdings.com

Roseboro Holdings CEO Ashley Roseboro Participates in the Arthur W. Mitchell Collegiate Leadership & Policy Institute Forum

WASHINGTON, DC-  Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. will hold its annual Arthur W. Mitchell Collegiate Leadership & Policy Institute Forum. Ashley Roseboro, CEO of Roseboro Holdings, will serve as a panelist on the Running for Political Office discussion, tomorrow May 22nd at 10:15 AM. 

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., founded on January 9, 1914, at Howard University, is a global organization with over 450 chapters and 150,000 members. The Arthur W. Mitchell Collegiate Leadership & Policy Institute Forum trains its members to be A Brotherhood of Conscious Men, Actively Serving their communities.

This year’s forum is at the Marriot Wardman Park in Washington, D.C. from Tuesday, May 21- Thursday, May 24, 2018. 

 

ABOUT

Founded in 2016, Roseboro Holdings focuses on three areas: Non-profit and campaign finance consulting (Roseboro Group), Real Estate and property management (On the Square Real Estate), and giving youth and young professionals an opportunity to achieve their potential (Roseboro Foundation). Through our work, we build organizations that will change communities and the world.
 

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Opening Remarks for Greensboro College's 2018 Senior Investiture and Alumni Weekend

WASHINGTON, DC- During Greensboro College's Senior Investiture Ceremony on Saturday, April 7th, Ashley Roseboro delivered the following opening remarks. 

Thank you, Mr. President. Good Morning!

Remember to do all the Good you can, for all the people you can, in all the ways you can, as long as you can.

On a bright Sunday Morning, many years ago, the sunlight glistened across the bricks of front campus as the women of Greensboro Female College crossed the stage to accept their diplomas. This was a tradition repeated every year near Mother’s Day. One could easily image that as the final student returned to her seat, the President of the college approached the podium and before pronouncing the students as graduates, advised them that as they made their way into the world to, “Remember to do all the good you can, for all the people you can, in all the ways you can, as long as you can.”

For the past 179 years, Greensboro College has inculcated, in its students the values to think critically, act justly, and live faithfully. The Alumni Association, organized in 1884, was established to strengthen the bond among former classmates and friends of the College. The Association’s mission is to inspire, loyalty, pride, and support among alumni, friends, students and their families.

Seniors-nearly graduates- we warmly welcome you as you enter the legacy of service shared with over 12,000 alumni. Greensboro College has prepared you to be the next generation of leaders that change the world for the better. You have been taught how to think critically and supported in determining what to think critically about. You have become more well read, and that reading has improved your vocabulary, boosted communication skills and enhance your analytical abilities. You have developed rhetorical skills—how to organize and clearly and concisely articulate your thoughts and to see an argument through to the end.  You have been shown how to think globally, and encouraged to connect locally and to contribute to life-changing research, innovations, and inventions. 

Do all the Good you can, for all the people you can, in all the ways you can, as long as you can.” Because if you do, then you can join other alumni when they answer the question posed by Martin Luther King Jr in 1957 when he challenged us to change the world for the better. He said ‘Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, “what are you doing for others?

As you complete your studies and enter the world, remember the advice given so many years ago "Do all the good you can, for all the people you can, in all the ways you can, as long as you can.”  Because if you do, then you can join other alumni when they answer the question posed by Martin Luther King Jr in 1957 when he challenged us to change the world for the better.  He said “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, “what are you doing for others?”

 You are poised and ready to join your fellow change agents—Greensboro College Alumni. We welcome you, with pride, into a rich legacy that has stood the test of time. Please allow us to briefly introduce ourselves to you.

Please stand if you are a member of any of the graduated classes from this decade: 2010 to 2017.

Please stand members of the classes of 2000- 2009, including the reunion Class of 2008, celebrating 10 years and the Class of 2003, celebrating 15 years.

From the decade of the 1990s, including the Class 1998, celebrating 20 years and the Class of 1993 celebrating 25 years.

From the 1980s, including Class 1988, celebrating 30 years, and Class of 1983 celebrating 35 years.

The 1970s including Class of 1978 celebrating 40 Years, and Class of 1973 celebrating 45 years.

If there is anyone here representing next year’s 50th Reunion Class of 1969, please stand.

AND…. Celebrating their 50th Reunion today – Class of 1968.

A special welcome to those representing the Golden Years – they are from classes that have already celebrated their 50th Reunions as follows:

If you are from the classes of 1960-1967, please stand.

If you are here celebrating the Class of 1958 60th Reunion, please stand.

Anyone else from the 1950s, please stand and join them.

Is there anyone here from the 1940s? 

Thank you all for your enthusiasm. And, finally, I invite you to turn to the 7th page of your program entitled IN MEMORY listing those alumni who have passed away this year. Please join me in a moment of silence as we remember those Alumni as well as all of the thousands of Greensboro College women and men who have passed on in our 179-year history. May we bow our heads quietly in their memory.

Roseboro Holdings Partners with ANJPR to Present Wine & Wealth Soiree: Reviving Black Wealth in America

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Michelle Smith

Roseboro Holdings

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 Roseboro Holdings Partners with ANJPR to Present Wine & Wealth Soiree: Reviving Black Wealth in America

WASHINGTON, DC- Roseboro Holdings will partner with ANJPR to present Wine & Wealth Soiree: Reviving Black Wealth in America on Sunday, April 15th from 3:30 pm-7:00 pm.

In celebration of financial literacy month, ANJPR and Roseboro Holdings will celebrate black wealth by providing education on financial prosperity to uplift the black community with subject matter experts, community leaders, and political advocates. The panel will consist of:

•Jonathan Wright, Financial Coach

•Eric Williams, Real Estate Broker

•Andrea Baily, Community Activist

•Jared Brown, Entrepreneurship

•Jessica Brown, College Planning

ANJPR is a public relations, branding and event production agency. They help brands tell their story in an alluring way while exploring and coordinating ways for them to be creative and unique while collaborating with others.

ABOUT

Founded in 2016, Roseboro Holdings focuses on three areas: Non-profit and campaign finance consulting (Roseboro Group), Real Estate and property management (On the Square Real Estate), and giving youth and young professional an opportunity to achieve their potential (Roseboro Foundation). Through our work, we build organizations that will change communities and the world.

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Roseboro Holdings Partners with Walkers Legacy for Meet Your Match Event

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Michelle Smith

Roseboro Holdings

Phone: (202)780-7064

Email: info@roseboroholdings.com

Website: www.roseboroholdings.com

Roseboro Holdings Partners with Walkers Legacy for Meet Your Match Event

WASHINGTON, DC- Roseboro Holdings will partner with Walkers Legacy for Meet Your Match on Tuesday, March 27th from 6:00 pm-8:00 pm.

Studies show that women of color face a greater level of negative stereotyping that may impede others from actively aiding them in advancing their careers.  In celebration of Women's History Month, we’re on a mission to increase mentoring opportunities for women.

Join Walker’s Legacy and Roseboro Holdings for a limited capacity, intimate, one-on-one Meet Your Match mentorship experience. RSVP today and connect with local leaders in business and entrepreneurship. Only 25 seats are available: https://www.walkerslegacy.com/calender/#!event-list 

Walker’s Legacy was founded in 2009 as a quarterly women in business lecture series designed to inspire women of all ages to walk into their professional passion and purpose.  It was developed after founder Natalie Madeira Cofield found herself in need of female mentors and role models during the formation of her first entrepreneurial venture.  As she searched, she noticed that other women around her were also looking for positive, successful and accessible examples of multicultural women in business.  Walker’s Legacy was born from the communal goal of developing an open forum for women to engage and inspire.

The original series was named in honor of Madam C. J. Walker the first self-made female millionaire in US history and a historical female entrepreneur, a biography that Cofield read often when she needed inspiration.

Since our founding, we have evolved to establish Walker’s Legacy as a global professional collective that works to promote the career advancement, skill sets and networks of multicultural women in business and women entrepreneurs.

 

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ABOUT

Founded in 2016, Roseboro Holdings focuses on three areas: Non-profit and campaign finance consulting (Roseboro Group), Real Estate and property management (On the Square Real Estate), and giving youth and young professional an opportunity to achieve their potential (Roseboro Foundation). Through our work, we build organizations that will change communities and the world. 

Year Up!

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It was a pleasure to meet Beth Guynn, Associate Director of Corporate Engagement, and the students of Year Up.

Year Up believes:

OUR VISION

In the future, every young adult will be able to reach their potential.

OUR MISSION

Year Up’s mission is to close the Opportunity Divide by providing urban young adults with the skills, experience, and support that will empower them to reach their potential through professional careers and higher education.

We achieve this mission through a high support, high expectation model that combines marketable job skills, stipends, internships and college credits. Our holistic approach focuses on students’ professional and personal development to place these young adults on a viable path to economic self-sufficiency.

OUR VALUES

Our six core values guide all aspects of our work:

  • Respect and value others

  • Build trust, be honest

  • Be accountable

  • Engage and embrace diversity

  • Strive to learn

  • Work hard and have fun

Learn more about Year Up from there website at yearup.org or from this segment on 60 minutes at

Greensboro College Names Three New Trustees, Elects 2017 Officers (Greensboro College)

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Greensboro College Names Three New Trustees, Elects 2017 Officers

GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Three people have been elected to the Greensboro College Board of Trustees, two effective Jan. 1 and one effective in April.

The board also elected its 2017 officers at its meeting Oct. 20.

The three board members-elect are George Johnson, Freddy Johnson '77, and Ashley Roseboro '04.

George Johnson is dean emeritus and a professor of law at Elon Law School in Greensboro. Previously, he had been in private law practice in Washington, D.C., and had served as a senior consultant with what is now AGB Search, the oldest and largest search firm serving colleges and universities.

He also served as president of LeMoyne-Owen College and taught law at George Mason University and the Howard University School of Law, where he also served as associate dean for academic affairs.

In government, he served as assistant counsel to the U.S. House Committee on Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs, and as assistant general counsel to the White House Council on Wage and Price Stability during the Carter administration.

He also has served on the boards of Amherst College (where he received his bachelor's degree), the United Negro College Fund, the Council of Independent Colleges, the Economic Club of Memphis, and Universal Life Insurance Company. In Greensboro, he serves on the boards of the National Council for Community and Justice, Triad Stage, and Gateway University Research Park. He received his law degree from Columbia University.

Freddy Johnson '77 has served for the past 39 years as athletic director and boys' varsity basketball coach at Greensboro Day School, where he has amassed a state record 958 wins and has won eight state championships. He has won 21 conference Coach of the Year awards and was USA Today's North Carolina Coach of the Year in 2015.

He has been inducted into the Greensboro College Athletics Hall of Fame, the Guilford County Sports Hall of Fame, the N.C. Sports Hall of Fame, and the NC Gaters AAU Hall of Fame and has been awarded a lifetime membership in the Amateur Athletic Union of the United States. He also has received the Greensboro College Alumni Excellence Award and served on the college's Board of Visitors from 2007 to 2012.

George Johnson and Freddy Johnson will join the board Jan. 1.

Joining the board in April will be Ashley Roseboro '04 of Woodbridge, Va., incoming president of the Greensboro College Alumni Association, as that group's representative to the Board of Trustees.

Ashley works as the Compliance Officer for Walton Enterprise’s Political and Communications Office. As part of his operations work, Ashley oversees the financial, legal, operational aspects of the C4 organizations and family.

Prior to working for Walton Enterprises, he served as Director of Operations for the Bonner Group, a Washington, D.C.- based non-profit fundraising firm and Director of Operations for the Democratic Party of Virginia (DPVA), where he managed the financial and operational functions of the organization. While at the DPVA, he trained individuals on best practices for campaign finance, implemented strategies that allowed the organization to streamline the operational procedures, and successfully manage the finances of the organization.

Ashley also owns the Roseboro Group, a business consulting firm,  that builds on an organizations core principles by working with clients to develop and execute a business model.

Ashley earned his High School degree with a concentration in Vocal Performance from the University of the North Carolina School of the Arts. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Greensboro College in Political Science, Sociology, and Vocal Performance and a master’s degree from Boston University in Criminal Justice. Ashley is currently working on his MBA from the College of William and Mary in their Executive MBA program. 

Ashley earned his High School degree with a concentration in Vocal Performance from the University of the North Carolina School of the Arts. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Greensboro College in Political Science, Sociology, and Vocal Performance and a master’s degree from Boston University in Criminal Justice. Ashley is currently working on his MBA from the College of William and Mary in their Executive MBA program. 

He was the 2016 recipient of Greensboro College's Young Alumni Award.

Roseboro will succeed Karen Anzola '86, who will transition in April from Alumni Board representative to at-large member of the Board of Trustees when her term as Alumni Association president ends.

Rotating off the Board of Trustees Jan. 1 will be outgoing chairman Walter L. Newton, Roy E. Carroll II '85, Margaret Kluttz '65, and Barbara Valentine '57.

The board also elected officers for 2017. They will be:

  • Kevin Green '78, chair

  • Candace Kime '69, 1st vice chair

  • Russell R. Myers '82, 2nd vice chair

  • Fred Jones, secretary  

Greensboro College provides a liberal-arts education grounded in the traditions of the United Methodist Church and fosters the intellectual, social, and, spiritual development of all students while supporting their individual needs.

Founded in 1838 and located near downtown Greensboro, the college enrolls about 1,000 students from 29 states and territories, the District of Columbia and seven foreign countries in its undergraduate liberal-arts program and four master's degree programs. In addition to rigorous academics and a well-supported Honors program, the school features a 17-sport NCAA Division III athletic program and dozens of service and recreational opportunities.