I’m Every Woman (IEW) is a 501(c)(3) organization that was founded in 2004 by Solombra Ingram in direct response to the growing need for empowerment, education, information, and resources for women, girls and their families.
We are dedicated to providing an environment of nurturing and support that will bring about personal growth and change for women, young girls & their families, especially those who are at risk, and/or impoverished.
To transform communities by ensuring that every girl and woman has access to sustainability and productivity that will ultimately lead them to becoming the best version of themselves.
Solombra Ingram is the quintessential woman of power, passion and purpose, as referenced in the name of her brainchild organization, “I’m Every Woman.”
Born in Columbia, South Carolina, Solombra relocated to Atlanta, Georgia where she proudly joined the Alumni of Spelman College, having earned a Bachelor’s Degree with a major in English and a Minor in Media Communications. Solombra’s relocation from Atlanta to Los Angeles thrust her in the world of Hollywood’s brightest and most demanding luminaries such as Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds, Arsenio Hall, Debbie Allen,Bill Cosby, Gladys Knight, Sinbad, Flex & Shanice Alexander and Toni Braxton just to name a few. However, her own walk of fame was highlighted by her marriage to the late renowned Dr. Billy G. Ingram, Pastor and Founder of Maranatha Community Church in Los Angeles, California. They are the proud parents of teenage twin sons, Samuel and Solomon.
“A Passport to Health”
These free medical seminars, workshops, and health fairs are designed to address the pertinent health issues that plague our nation. Conducted by doctors, and other accredited and licensed health care professionals, Women on Wellness provides an opportunity for women and their families to receive vital information, tangible resources, and medical attention.
This quarterly meeting brings women together in a casual environment to increase their sister circle by sharing and discussing issues that affect women today.
The book club is designed to bring women, young and old, together for the purpose of fellowship, self expression, and literary enlightenment. The IEW Book Club Bi-monthly meetings are filled with excitement and energy as the women gain new friendships, while discovering their new found passion for reading. In addition, many of the Authors have attended meetings to share and facilitate the discussion about their books.
The mentorship program is a 12- week program for girls ages 12-18. In this program girls will learn how to make positive life choices. The programs are very instrumental in guiding them toward a smooth transition into womanhood.
This program provides women with ongoing opportunities to net work and promote their businesses at bi-monthly meet ups. By continuing this forum, the women are positioning themselves for greatness and supporting each other in the process.