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About CEO/Founder

Kady Jacobs has over 20 years of instruction and facilitation from teaching special education, self-contained classes 4th and 5th graders to facilitating parenting groups for various non-profits in the Greenville, SC area. Ms. Jacobs has worked for Anderson and Greenville School Districts, the Commission of Alcohol and Drug Abuse, the Governor's Office - Continuum of Care, Greenville Technical College, just to name a few. Ms. Jacobs has an Associates in Science degree from Tri-County Technical College, a Bachelors of Arts in Elementary Education and Bachelors of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Sociology from Clemson University.  Ms. Jacobs also has her Master of Arts in Management and Leadership and her Masters of Arts in Human Resource Management from Webster University.  Kady Jacobs is NAMA certified (CAMS -I) and is a member of the National Anger Management Association.  She is also qualified in Parenting curriculums (Triple P, Nurturing Parents, 24/7 Dad), Domestic Violence and ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) and ACEs Train the Trainer. Ms. Jacobs serves as the President, Board of Directors at TCES (Trinity Christian Education School). She also does public speaking, workshops, facilitates groups and customizes curriculum to address specific needs. Ms. Jacobs spends her life serving and empowering others facing life challenges and enjoys being a catalyst to people's positive life changes.  Her facilitation style captures the heart, makes you think, while giving you the tools to create change.

 

Our Mission

 

Help people navigate anger and other social issues through education and application.

Our Vision

 

Help heal societal ills through education and proactive intervention; provide insight, awareness, tools and techniques to solving issues people face everyday.

In Loving Memory of Dr. Maude T. Jacobs  10/13/41 - 10/29/21

The Resolution and Enrichment Center was dedicated to my mother, Dr. Maude T. Jacobs in August 2021. She surely will be missed, but her legacy of service to others will live forever.