Rosalind Tompkins whose moniker is Hopeologist, Is an Empowerment Life Coach who specializes in hope. She received an honorary Doctorate of Humanities Degree from the Five-Fold Ministry Theological University in 2012 recognizing her as a Humanitarian for the work that she has done to end drug and alcohol addiction and to relieve the suffering of families afflicted by the disease of addiction through her work with Mothers In Crisis, Inc. Dr. Tompkins founded Mothers In Crisis, Inc. (MIC) in April 1991. Mothers In Crisis is a 501c3 federal tax-exempt non-profit organization committed to linking families and communities together to provide networks of support and encouragement for families to live productively, empowered, hope-filled lives. Through MIC she has impacted the lives of over ten thousand families. In keeping with her humanitarian call, Dr. Tompkins has traveled throughout the nation and around the world to many countries including East, Central, and South Africa, Jamaica, the Dominican Republic, Haiti and Turkey, to spread hope to those most in need, i.e., widows, orphans, and refugees.
Dr. Tompkins believes that hope can change the world and she is the founder of the National Month of Hope in April through the National Day Calendar and successfully launched the hope campaign to encourage everyone to celebrate hope. Her passion in life is spreading hope and empowering others to spread hope while tapping into their God given power, potential, and purpose.
Dr. Tompkins is a prolific author who is completing her sixth book entitled “As Long As There Is Breath In Your Body, There Is Still Hope”, the sequel to her first book, “As Long As There Is Breath In Your Body, There Is Hope”. Her other published books are: “Nimble Anointed Words Empower, N-AWE, a book of Poetry”, “What Is It? Defining, Finding, and Obtaining Your It”, “Rare Anointing”, and “You Are Beautiful”.