Ebraiding.net Advisory Board
The ebraiding.net Advisory Board has been established to advise the ebraiding.net executive team on issues related to Hair Braiding and Natural Hair Care in the United States.
EAB's activities and advice provide the necessary input to ensure that the company's mission statement is fully and well implemented so as to enhance the overall growth of the Hair Braiding and Natural Hair Care industries. The 10-member Advisory Board assists ebraiding.net in maintaining a complete and accurate understanding of Hair Braiding and Natural Hair Care issues critical to the success of the implementation of the organization's programs.
Composed of eminent professionals from different sectors, the diverse memberships of the Board assure the expertise reflecting the full breadth of ebraiding.net's responsibilities in the Hair Braiding and Natural Hair Care environment in the United States.
Members are appointed by the ebraiding.net executive team.Shirley RandlemanPosition:ebraiding.net Advisory Board Member-Licensing & Legal
Mrs. Shirley Randleman - President, Democrats Inpatient for School Choice
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Vice President & Co-Founder Philadelphia Beauty Showcase National Historical Museum
Mrs. Shirley Randleman, a wife and mother is a life-long Philadelphia resident with a thirty year history of management and leadership experience in complex administrative and social interaction involving diverse groups of people of all socio-economic levels. Throughout her career she has designed and implemented successful educational training programs, workshops and seminars for beauty industry professionals, vocational schools, manufacturers and the public market. Mrs. Randleman has also extensively worked on local, state and national community development and organizational campaigns.
Mrs. Randleman is a gifted administrator, teacher, and community activist in the religious, business and political arenas on both a local and state wide level. She has collaborated with many of the city's leading universities, medical institutions and various researchers in promoting health education and wellness workshops, health research projects and community events addressing chronic diseases, chronic disease management and advocacy. Her work is often presented at the yearly American Public Health Association Conference (APHA). Her advocacy interest includes creating a network of care for the uninsured and under insured in Pennsylvania. As a recent breast cancer survivor she is an avid spokeswoman for cancer research, culturally designed cancer therapies and clinical trials.
Shirley is the former Director of the PBS Summer Camp which has operated an academic enrichment program for over nine hundred school district students over the past five years. She has also coordinated, directed and provided computer training, life skill counseling and job skills training to over seven hundred TANF clients under the community partnership program. In partnership with the Philadelphia Mural Arts Program commissioned the only mural depicting both past and present pioneers of the beauty industry along 52nd Street which is indicative of her unfaltering commitment to her community and this city.
She is the recipient of numerous awards and legislative citations The City of Philadelphia's Liberty Bell Award, Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations Arts and Culture Award, the School District of Philadelphia Service Award. National Association of Market Developers Business Award, STEPS to a Healthier Philadelphia Community Award, Women Gather Outstanding Community Service Award, the Philadelphia Prevention Partnership QUEENS Award, the Susan G. Komen For the Cure Community Service Award and the Lucien Blackwell Service Award along with many others.
Mrs. Randleman currently serves on the Comcast Advisory Board, Mercy Health Systems Trustee, President of the Fifty-Second Street Business Association Arts West, Vice President of Philadelphia Neighborhood Housing Service, WPEB Radio Station 88.1 FM Board and host of Community Action Magazine a weekly broadcast. She is active with the following organizations: Leadership Council of STEPS To A Healthier Philadelphia Program, Executive Steering Committee of the Haddington/Cobbs Creek Project, Chair of the Economic Development, the School District of Philadelphia Advisory Board for Cosmetology/Fashion Design & Career Technical Training Committee, and a Board member of International Peace Action
Former Affiliations - Social Security Administration Managers Executive Committee, Past President West Philadelphia Family-To-Family Foster Care, West Philadelphia Empowerment Zone, West Philadelphia Library Friends Group, Mercy Catholic Hospice Volunteer, American Cancer Society, Malcolm X Memorial Park Committee, NAACP National Voter Fund Coalition, West Philadelphia Cluster Board, AIDS Project, Red Cross Interfaith Partnership, SEPTA's Urban Mass Transit Task Force and the Philadelphia Bar Association's Partners in Justice Committee and the Kellogg Foundation Philadelphia Urban Food and Fitness Alliance and Violence Free Alliance. Chair of Steps to a Healthier Philadelphia Program