Ms. Roseborough has served as the education programs & development coordinator for the past twenty years. Her responsibilities include developing and managing four scholarships for DHA’s educational foundation. During her tenure, she has increased the scholarship recipient list from twelve to over 1,000, amounting to nearly $1.5 million in scholarship money. Additionally, Ms. Roseborough implemented a summer internship program which has employed over 300 high school and college students.
In her role, Ms. Roseborough ensures that a focus on education begins early. Her most recent conception is the Think College Early Program, which encourages 6th through 8th grade students to think about college. The program provides tools for students and parents to consider choices for the future, before entering high school.
Ms. Roseborough serves on the Dallas Public Schools Advisory Board for Business Education Career Preparation, the Site Base Decision-Making Board for Pinkston High School and Edison Middle Learning Center, and the University of North Texas Health Science Cancer Disparities Board. She also serves as a Court Appointed Special Advocate for Abused and Neglected Children.
Ms. Roseborough is a native of Houston, TX and is the mother of three. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Paul Quinn College in Organizational Management, and she is a life member of their alumni association. She is also a member of the W.D. Spiner Dallas Alumni Chapter and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. Ms. Roseborough is a Certified Belief Therapist from the Thereupon Institute.