Dr. Rosalind Y. Lewis Tompkins, affectionately known as the ‘Hopeologist,’ is a trailblazer in the realm of personal empowerment and social change. A proud alumnus of Florida State University, Dr. Tompkins holds a Bachelor of Science in Social Work, a testament to her lifelong dedication to societal betterment. Her journey post-graduation saw her excel as an addiction professional, a role that laid the groundwork for her most impactful venture yet: founding Mothers In Crisis, Inc. in 1991. Her academic pursuits didn’t stop there; Dr. Tompkins further enhanced her expertise with a Masters and a Doctor of Divinity from BC Graham Theological Seminary, where she also serves as the Ambassador of Foreign Affairs. Her commitment to humanitarian service was recognized with a Doctorate of Humanities from the Five-Fold Ministry Theological University in 2012, a nod to her relentless efforts in alleviating the struggles of families battling addiction through Mothers In Crisis, Inc. Under her leadership, this 501c3 organization has become a beacon of hope, weaving a network of support and empowerment for countless families to lead lives filled with hope and potential. Dr. Tompkins, as the organization’s president, has touched the lives of tens of thousands, driving transformative change in communities. An accomplished author, her book “As Long As There Is Breath In Your Body, There Is Still Hope” along with her other works, radiate inspiration, and the power of hope. Her personal triumph over addiction for over three decades stands as a living testament to her belief that hope can indeed change the world. Dr. Tompkins’ influence extends beyond her organization; she played a pivotal role in establishing April as a nationally recognized month of hope through the National Day Calendar, a monumental achievement for the Hopeology brand. Her voice, both literal and literary, continues to be a guiding light for those seeking to navigate the complexities of life with resilience and optimism.
Dr. Rosalind Y. L. Tompkins Entrepreneurial Endeavors Include:
*Empowerment Life (Hope) Coach.
*Founder of Hopeologist® Trademark with the U. S. Patent and Trademark Office: Trademark Class 35: Promoting the public awareness of hope by means of public advocacy, and Founder of Hopeologist® Academy.
*Author and Practitioner of the “Practice of Hopeology.”
*Podcaster Host and Producer of “Think Hope Podcast.”
*Founder and Administrator of “Hope Immersion Retreats” (HIR).
**Producer and Host of “Where Is Hope?” TV Show.
*Blogger and Guest Columnist of “What Brings Me Hope Blog” for the Tallahassee Democrat and Capital Outlook Newspapers.
**Through Hopeologist® services Dr. Tompkins is currently leading the Hope Campaign globally to promote the public awareness of hope through public advocacy. This is accomplished through the Practice of Hopeology.
Dr. Rosalind Tompkins created the Practice of Hopeology based upon her formal education at Florida State University in the world-renowned Social Work Department graduating with a Bachelor of Science Degree, and her professional experience in founding and leading Mothers In Crisis, Inc. in 1991, where she helped tens of thousands of families to overcome crises of various kinds including addictions. This was done all through the power of hope. In addition, her personal experience of overcoming and maintaining recovery from various addictions for well over thirty-five years, has informed and led her to create a mechanism and means to harness the power of hope.
Dr. Tompkins has taken her insight, expertise, and experience and created the Practice of Hopeology, a practical, simple, yet profound approach to empower others. This innovative practice will help one to receive and release the power of hope.
Through the Practice of Hopeology one can learn how to:
- Think Hope
- Speak Hope
- Imagine Hope
- Anchor Hope
- Share Hope
- Spread Hope
For more information please visit: www.practiceofhopeology.com.
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