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Theresa Williams Bethea

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Phone: (252) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: t***@***.org
Kinston Promise Neighborhood Inc
Post Office Box 2705
Kinston, North Carolina 28502
United States


Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Leadership Charlotte
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Contact -, 25 May 2013 [cached]
Attention: Theresa Williams Bethea Mailing address: Post Office Box 2705 Kinston, NC 28502 Phone: 252/522-8019 Email:
The Kinston Youth Enrichment Project is ..., 13 May 2013 [cached]
The Kinston Youth Enrichment Project is a program of Young Women of Promise, which was founded in 2001 by Kinston native Theresa Williams. Camp Promise is designed to provide academic enrichment for our students during the summer when opportunities for academic stimulation are limited.
We are currently accepting contributions for Camp Promise 2013. To nominate a youth for Camp Promise or to volunteer to work with our campers, please contact Kristal Suggs at 252/468-3007 or Theresa Williams at 252/522-8019.
Theresa Williams provided a brief overview of the Kinston Promise Neighborhood and its programs. She described the Kinston Promise Neighborhood as a collaborative community effort to provide a continuum of support services to our children from birth to college or career.
She described the Project Promise Mentoring alliance and its programs which has supported Rochelle Middle School students with mentoring, free book distributions and college visits since October of 2010.
According to Theresa Williams, Kinston Promise Neighborhood coordinator, "The purpose of the meetings is to work together as a community to establish a vision and action plan for improving the quality of life for residents in our East Kinston communities."
Others attending the meeting included faith-based leaders: Allen Bingham (Queen Street United Methodist Church); Deborah Moore-Marshall (Emmanuel Hill Memorial FWB Church); Teddra Hussey (the Episcopal Church); Ernest Fisher (Integrity Ministry); Dr. Malcolm Beech (Eagle News and Cultural Heritage Museum); Ashley Pierce (Self-Help Credit Union); Shawn Wilson (Greater Kinston Credit Union); Maxine Cooper (Greene Lamp Board of Directors); Reesie Williams and Bishop Eartha Mumford (Lincoln City Reunion); Adrian King (Pride of Kinston); Barbara Williams (Lenoir County Department of Social Services); Clarissa Olivia Gooding and Michaela Penix (East Carolina University Graduate Students); and a number of concerned citizens including Audrey Suggs-Chamblee; Claman Chatman; Brenda Stewart; Abdur-Rahim Saleem; Marquetta Brown; Blain Hargett; Charles W. Cobb, Jr., and Kinston Promise volunteers Wakili Moye; Kristal Suggs; Christopher Suggs and Theresa Williams.
For additional information contact Theresa Williams at 252/939-5587 or visit
Americas Promise Alliance - America’s Promise Alliance Expands Dropout Prevention Efforts with Grad Nation Communities, 12 July 2012 [cached]
“Being a part of the Grad Nation community network allows us to meet, learn and share with other organizations and communities who have placed education and youth development at the top of their agenda,†said Theresa Williams-Bethea, project coordinator, Kinston Promise Neighborhood in Kinston, NC.  “We feel this program gives us an opportunity to expand our dropout prevention efforts to make sure our kids have the resources they need to not just complete high school but to also pursue a postsecondary education.â€
Theresa Williams, founder of ..., 15 April 2014 [cached]
Theresa Williams, founder of the Young Women of Promise, helped plan the event, which included a panel discussion from seven Lenoir County residents. She said she was pleased by the level of participation and the presentation by Gilbert and Dorosin. "We sat out 200 chairs, and most of them were filled," Williams said.
KYEP Staff - Kinston Youth Enrichment Project, 15 Feb 2010 [cached]
Theresa Ann Williams, a Kinston, NC native, is the President/Founder of Young Women of Promise, Inc. and Executive Program Director for the Kinston Youth Enrichment Project.
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