This event was in partnership with CBS Television and local CBS affiliates.
Sheryl Underwood, co-host of THE TALK on CBS television; Founder and CEO, Pack Rat Foundation For Education and 23rd International President, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., was the host the event.
“Sisters In Service” is one way that Pack Rat Foundation For Education, Inc. shines the light on sororities for their commitment to community service and to making communities better.
Author Veronica Loving Attends SISTERS IN SERVICE Hosted by Sheryl Underwood
About Veronica Loving
Veronica Loving has been a Registered Nurse for almost 30 years, she specializes in Obstetrical Nursing and has been a mentor and teacher to many in her field. Veronica Loving has been a licensed spiritual practitioner for more than twenty years, studying under the teachings of Rev. Doctor Michael Beckwith, Minister at Agape Spiritual Center of Truth. Veronica is a mother to four adult children and has three Grandchildren. She was inspired to write her first book, a Memoir entitled “Feeding A Monster”, when tragedy struck her family and destroyed her 20-year marriage damaging the lives of her and her children. Veronica is now a motivational speaker and advocate for Sexual Assault and Abuse victims. Her work in this field has led her to start a non-profit organization called “Loving You through it”, where she helps victims of Sexual assault, Molestation and Domestic violence move through their circumstances and begin to step out of survival and begin to thrive to their highest potential. Veronica has also recently partnered with an organization called “Fatherless daughter” and recently became a certified advocate for the organization.
About Pack Rat Foundation for Education
Pack Rat Foundation for Education (a California 501(c)3 organization), founded by philanthropist and Emmy award winning entertainer Sheryl Underwood, raises much-needed awareness and funds for all 105 Historically Black Colleges and Universities. PRFFE initiatives include: College Reporter Internships – Provides internships to college students to be College Reporters for Sheryl Underwood Radio, heard on 95 affiliate radio stations across the country; Civic Justice Initiative – Town Hall Meetings and Panel Discussions held on HBCU campuses to engage National Bar Association Local Chapters, Student Government, National Pan-Hellenic Council, Clergy, Law Enforcement, Media Representatives among others, to identify solutions that increase the peace and enhance the quality of life of all citizens; HBCU Sports Initiative – Focuses on inspiring African American boys, as young as 3 years old, to play baseball, golf, tennis, soccer and lacrosse, while being mentored and provided opportunities to succeed; Urban Symphony: A Concert of All-American Music – HBCU Orchestras/Bands merge with a city’s symphony to play a concert of All-American music to benefit education and the arts and the Get Your Praise On: HBCU Choir Sing Off – An energetic choir competition showcasing the talent, creativity, professionalism and spirituality of HBCU students.