Board Members and Officers
Jennyfer Ladouceur, MSL
President/Director of WLOT
My name is Jennyfer Ladouceur and I am a Haitian woman who was born in Haiti, but raised in Miami, Florida. My mother, who currently owns her own business was the first person to introduce me to women entrepreneurship. My father on the other hand, taught me how to survive. I guess that's where my unique work ethic came from. With that said, I have two children of my own, Michael Amare Chavers, Jr. and Aaliyah Rose Chavers. I earned my A.S degree in Paralegal Studies and my Bachelor’s in Organizational Management from Indian River State College. Additionally, I earned my Master’s in Leadership from Palm Beach Atlantic University, and currently enrolled at Regent University Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership Program. Furthermore, I am a new self-published author and business owner. Why did I leave the legal field to pursue business and leadership? I fell in love with the program in Grad school. I initially wanted to pursue my childhood dream at one point in television broadcasting, but that did not work out. Then I thought about pursuing my second dream to become a lawyer, but God had other plans. Eventually the pieces in my life started to fall into place, and everything I have learned played a role in my new journey. Women Leaders of Today is not only here to empower, but to help young girls and women excel and achieve their goals.
“Success is liking yourself, liking what you do, and liking how you do it” (Maya Angelou).
Juliett Tracey, Ph.D.
Vice President/Director of Tea Girls
Dr. Juliett Tracey was born in London, England and she migrated to the United States as a teenager. She is a State College Professor of Business and Entrepreneurship, with over 20 years of accounting leadership experience and entrepreneurship in both corporate and small business sectors and over 15 years in Higher Education. Dr. Tracey holds a Bachelor’s in Accounting, a Master’s in Business Administration, and a Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration with a specialization in Management. Dr. Tracey was introduced to the gospel truths as a teen and wasted no time, she accepted Christ and has committed her time and talent to the Lord. She serves as the Southeastern Conference District IV Women’s Coordinator and a talented international keynote presenter, who has traveled the world speaking on leadership and empowerment issues. Her mission to empower women and youth has taken her to over eighteen countries around the world in locations including Africa, Europe, Central America, and Asia. She has mentored students, integrated strategic initiatives, and supported private-public partnerships. She is honored at the opportunity to be an officer and board member of Women Leaders of Today.
“Believe in yourself, learn, and never stop wanting to build a better world.” – Dr. Mary Jane McLeod Bethune
Jamie B. Holder
My name is Jamie Holder and I am so excited to be a part of this organization and to have the opportunity to come together with other women to build each other up in both their businesses and every day lives. I have an A.A. Degree in early childhood education. The past six years I have worked for a real estate title insurance company. I love to spend time with my husband of two years, Andy, and our two puppies, Penelope and Jellybean. When I’m not working you will find me in the kitchen cooking and baking new recipes and working on projects for my new house.
Mrs. Adiana Richardson, is a native of Brooklyn, NY, by way of Miami, Florida. There her parents raised Adiana and her three siblings. She came to know Christ at an early age.
Within the Miami community, Adiana is gifted and bold voice and is an upcoming author as she tackles women’s issues. Her role as a Financial Consultant, Adiana helps families win with money. She is a community liaison with a wealth of business savvy.
She graduated from Miami Dade Community College and received her Master’s degree in Criminal Justice from Capella University. She is a wife and the mother to Payton and Carter. She has her finger on the pulse of today’s culture of business and entrepreneurship. During this financial crunch during a national pandemic she asserts, “Now is the time to grind! So many people are in fear and focusing on their failures. I’m walking by faith and not by sight.”