ABOUT THE FOUNDER
DeVondia Hamilton, dynamic North Carolina born and bred woman of strength and perseverance is a woman on the move and one to watch in the years to come. This fierce sought after motivational speaker, television personality, writer, publisher, and master life coach recently graduated with a Masters of Arts in Communications at Queens University of Charlotte. Hamilton graduated cum laude with a BA in communications from Thee Illustrious Johnson C Smith University, 2017.
Hamilton is the founder/executive director of the Rasberrirose Foundation Inc., its mission is to “Positively impact the mind, body, and soul of African American women and girls struggling with low self-esteem with a major focus on HIV prevention.”
Hamilton is the author of Put it on Paper, My Last First Kiss, Changed Woman...Unchained, and The Awakening of Dee. She is diligently working on The #BeEncouraged Guide for Women of Color, The Last Chain, and Passion in the Pews. She is the owner of a full-service publishing company, and enjoys assisting authors with branding and marketing,
Hamilton has always had a passion to help others from the heart. Putting herself last to see others succeed. After conquering HIV and AIDS, she decided that she might as well put her "great advice" to work. She became certified as a master life coach in 2012, specializing in transformation growth and literary coaching. Because of her unafraid approach to edutain the masses; this professional speaker launched “I Love The Chronicles Baby!” in 2015, this online video message with a mission to help others to live their lives on purpose, love unconditionally while cultivating everlasting relationships. This medium will soon become a podcast with a name The Dishin' W/D'Ham Radio Show on Stationhead.
Hamilton was the 2010 Ford Steve Harvey Hoodie Awards finalist in the “Best Community Leader” category. She was Robin Meade’s Breakthrough Women on HLN, has shared her personal testimony, and provided workshops to various churches, sororities, local and syndicated radio stations, and conducted college tours with NoLimit Larry, Comedian ToneX, and Janine Davis.
Hamilton’s passion is to serve people with wisdom, knowledge, and understanding. Her motto, she credits NoLimit Larry, “Don’t give away what you can sell.”
Hamilton is the mother of two daughters and four-granddaughters and researching doctoral programs.
Our vision is to conduct monthly events just for ladies to bond, network and be edutained.
Our vision is to become a full-service resource center to assist those with food referrals, HIV support groups, housing, and quality doctor referrals.
Our vision is to obtain grants to secure funding for the Rasberrirose Foundation Inc., to continue its efforts in the Charlotte community
Our vision is to encourage women by way of other women that healthy relationships amongst one another is possible.