Roberta M. Coleman is the Founder/President/CEO/ED of Kabod House International. Her passion and heart are for the homeless/unhoused and low-to-no-income Black and Brown women, girls, and children who are victims of and affected by health disparities. Roberta is a graduate of National Louis University with an MBA in Nonprofit Management and a B.S. degree in Human Services from the University of Phoenix.
The goal of Kabod House International is to become a trailblazing organization that offers unique and needed services to women, girls, parents, and children in the Chicagoland/South Suburban Cook County area. Our programs include distributing new bras and underwear and feminine hygiene products to women and girls living in poverty, as well as educating them on reproductive, maternal, and mental health. Every year we provide Winter coats and toys for homeless and foster care children at a local elementary school partner. We also supply baby diapers and wipes for financially struggling parents.
Roberta M. Coleman, MBA - President
Oliver W. Patton, Jr., MSP - Vice-President, Treasurer
Velma L. Brown - Secretary
Gloria S. Harden, MSW - Director
Sandra Howard - Director
Amber Estes-Speese - Director
Shaponda A. Jimerson - Director
Vision & Mission
The vision of Kabod House International is to provide access to period and diaper products and reproductive and mental health education to those in Black and Brown Chicagoland communities.
Kabod House International's mission is to end period and diaper poverty, reduce health disparities, and improve menstrual, reproductive, prenatal, and mental health among Black and Brown low-income girls, women, and parents.