Dope Wives Retreat 2016 Guest Speaker

Dr. Sharetta Remikie will be a guest speaker at the dope wives fall retreat 2016 REGISTER HERE! Dr. Sharetta Jones Remikie is native of Broward County in South Florida. She received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Florida in Health Science Education, a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Phoenix and her Doctorate Degree in Education (Ed.D.) at Nova Southeastern University with concentration in the areas of Human Services Administration and Organizational Leadership. She is also a graduate of the Ministerial Internship Program through the Church of God in Cleveland, Tennessee. She currently serves as the First Lady and President of Women’s Discipleship at the Sixth Avenue Church of God, in North Miami, Florida, where her husband Bishop Raton Remikie, Sr. is the Senior Pastor. On December 4, 1993, her wedding day, the life of Dr. Remikie experienced a changed that would catapult her into a journey that only books and movies could foretell. Her marital journey would become a testimony which ministers hope to many. Dr. Remikie’s testimony as a wife has been the basis for several conference workshops, small group discussions, and "Celebration of Black Marriages" events hosted by Dr. Remikie and her husband. In June 2016, Dr. Remikie birthed her "Naomi-Ruth project". Through creative and innovative interventions, the Naomi-Ruth project prepares and supports young women in the art of developing and sustaining healthy relationships, beginning with themselves. Dr. Remikie has worked in the nonprofit arena for almost 30 years in the capacity of case manager, project coordinator, program director, and community activist. She has used her positions to tackle the issue of racial disparity in maternal child health issues. She has held the position of Co-Chairperson of the Black Infant Health Practice Initiative; Member of the Broward Human Trafficking Coalition; Member of the Breastfeeding Coalition of Broward; Mentor and Volunteer for Seagull Alternative School (Teen Parent program); Member of the Florida Health Equity Commission’s Steering committee; Past Member of GIRLfessional, Inc.; Member of Florida Public Health Association; 2016 Inductee into the Broward County Women’s Hall of Fame; and 2016-2017 CityMatCH’s CityLeaders. Dr. Remikie’s other areas of expertise include; mentoring, couples ministry, youth empowerment, maternal and infant health, women empowerment and male responsibility. Her sole purpose encompasses Empowering, Enhancing and Equipping others. She accomplishes this by adding positive value to individuals, organizations and communities in order for them to maximize their Effectiveness. Dr. Remikie aspires to be a national and international trainer and motivational speaker on racial justice, women issues, human rights and social justice. She is a passionate and informed voice of "equity" and desires to be an educator at the higher education level. Yet, of all her accomplishments the most cherish one is being the wife of Bishop Raton Remikie, Sr. and mother to Khambrel (Erica) and Khamisha and stepmom to Natalie (Alfred), Raton Jr., and Rakeem and the late Jonathan. Dr. Remikie also has two grandchildren, Jaylen and Dylan

Dr. Sharetta Remikie will be a guest speaker at the dope wives fall retreat 2016 REGISTER HERE!

Dr. Sharetta Jones Remikie is native of Broward County in South Florida. She received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Florida in Health Science Education, a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Phoenix and her Doctorate Degree in Education (Ed.D.) at Nova Southeastern University with concentration in the areas of Human Services Administration and Organizational Leadership. She is also a graduate of the Ministerial Internship Program through the Church of God in Cleveland, Tennessee. She currently serves as the First Lady and President of Women’s Discipleship at the Sixth Avenue Church of God, in North Miami, Florida, where her husband Bishop Raton Remikie, Sr. is the Senior Pastor.

On December 4, 1993, her wedding day, the life of Dr. Remikie experienced a changed that would catapult her into a journey that only books and movies could foretell. Her marital journey would become a testimony which ministers hope to many. Dr. Remikie’s testimony as a wife has been the basis for several conference workshops, small group discussions, and "Celebration of Black Marriages" events hosted by Dr. Remikie and her husband. In June 2016, Dr. Remikie birthed her "Naomi-Ruth project". Through creative and innovative interventions, the Naomi-Ruth project prepares and supports young women in the art of developing and sustaining healthy relationships, beginning with themselves.

Dr. Remikie has worked in the nonprofit arena for almost 30 years in the capacity of case manager, project coordinator, program director, and community activist. She has used her positions to tackle the issue of racial disparity in maternal child health issues. She has held the position of Co-Chairperson of the Black Infant Health Practice Initiative; Member of the Broward Human Trafficking Coalition; Member of the Breastfeeding Coalition of Broward; Mentor and Volunteer for Seagull Alternative School (Teen Parent program); Member of the Florida Health Equity Commission’s Steering committee; Past Member of GIRLfessional, Inc.; Member of Florida Public Health Association; 2016 Inductee into the Broward County Women’s Hall of Fame; and 2016-2017 CityMatCH’s CityLeaders.

Dr. Remikie’s other areas of expertise include; mentoring, couples ministry, youth empowerment, maternal and infant health, women empowerment and male responsibility. Her sole purpose encompasses Empowering, Enhancing and Equipping others. She accomplishes this by adding positive value to individuals, organizations and communities in order for them to maximize their Effectiveness. Dr. Remikie aspires to be a national and international trainer and motivational speaker on racial justice, women issues, human rights and social justice. She is a passionate and informed voice of "equity" and desires to be an educator at the higher education level.

Yet, of all her accomplishments the most cherish one is being the wife of Bishop Raton Remikie, Sr. and mother to Khambrel (Erica) and Khamisha and stepmom to Natalie (Alfred), Raton Jr., and Rakeem and the late Jonathan. Dr. Remikie also has two grandchildren, Jaylen and Dylan