Now a standalone organization, T.E.A. seeks to fulfill the original mission that prompted the creation of Rebel Nell by taking the lessons learned in its development and implementing its programming success by working with other employers and community partners to expand employment and opportunities for women.
T.E.A. supplements the programming of existing nonprofits and employer partners by using trusted, social-work inspired best practices to deliver wraparound programs and hands-on support for housing, transportation, legal assistance, career planning, and other foundational needs to help women transition to full-time, permanent jobs and more self-reliant, sustaining joyful lives.
To Date,T.E.A. Has
T.E.A. supports the social and sustainable business community, allowing businesses to focus on their growth thus creating more workforce opportunities
in the future, ultimately leading to a more equitable change in our community.
“T.E.A. Offered me the chance to catch my
breath and find my way forward.”
Azzie Caldwell, Author of The Chronicles of Aliceville and former Rebel Nell Production Manager
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