Sabrina Greenlee- CEO, and Founder

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She is a motivational speaker, domestic violence survivor, a single mother of four and Gigi to five amazing grandchildren.  Her faith in God has been instrumental in overcoming many of life tragedies. Sabrina pursues God's presence daily seeking his understanding and peace on purpose.  

In her spare time, she enjoys sitting in her room alone listening to inspirational books through Alexa. She feels most complete when sitting around with her children, exchanging stories, having laughs, cooking her famous meatloaf  and enjoying each other's presence. She especially enjoys cooking dressing and crab salad during the holidays.

Sabrina also enjoys traveling, exploring different cultures and attending Houston Texan’s football games, screaming while being surrounded by family and friends. 

  Sabrina aspires to be a world-renowned inspiration to women, standing in the gap for battered and abused women. She is a visionary and talented leader whose passion is to help those who have experienced forms domestic violence overcome their struggles and triumph to lead fulfilling and productive lives. She is inspired by the loyalty that is demonstrated by the women in her organization, with everyone rallying behind the same cause in a cohesive manner. 

As she embarks on this journey, Sabrina understands the growing magnitude of the issue and believes that any intervention should include strategies to mitigate future violence. Her vision to create an established venue that provides ongoing assistance where victims can transition to the next phase of their lives which is of utmost importance.  Her work in this area will undeniably be powerful in the fight against domestic abuse. To her children and grandchildren, she desires to leave a legacy that transcends time -- one of goodness, faith, character, and strength!

 

Judy Randolph- CFO

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A proud single parent of three beautiful children and an even prouder Nana of three handsome grandsons. She wears a lot of hats but by the grace of God, she does it all with a smile on her face and laughter in her voice. 

“I know God did not put us on this earth to be miserable or suffer. God is good to me! Yes, trust and believe. ” 

You’ll find her at Little John Community Center in Clemson working as the After school Coordinator, gathering various tools, materials, and resources to help kids with their homework, furthering their education and having fun! 

During the summer months, she helps cook and prepares free food for those in need of a hot nutritional meal through the Summer Feeding Program. She’s also a private caretaker helping the elderly who struggle to care for themselves. 

In her spare time, she enjoys spending with her friends and family especially her grandsons enjoying activities like playing cards, traveling and just being crazy! 

When it comes to sports she’s an avid fan of football and tennis. The Clemson Tigers are on the top of her list. 

S.M.O.O.O.T.H., in the beginning, was a learning experience for her, but now it’s become her addiction. "Some people from domestic violence situations shelter themselves because they feel as if there’s no hope left, but with S.M.O.O.O.T.H. we’re able to help and show them that there are brighter days ahead and seeing smiles across their face is truly an amazing experience. 

We get to see these ladies transition into a butterfly. The caterpillar is hidden in the cocoon out of sight until a later time, emerging as a Beautiful Butterfly spreading its wings to soar to the world!” 

When it comes to sports and when it comes to S.M.O.O.O.T.H. just know that Judy is # AllIN! 

 

Veronica Parker- Treasurer

Veronica Parker

Veronica G. Parker, Ph.D. 

She is a believer in the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit of whom she relies on daily for guidance and wisdom. In that vein, she has a goal in life to edify and encourage others. This goal aligns well with the mission of S.M.O.O.O.T.H., Inc. — to educate and empower women, children, and families who have experienced domestic violence.


Veronica relishes peace, the company of loyal friends, and feasting on savory food. Whether through the rhythm of ocean waves, the flow of waterfalls, or trickling over pebbles in a stream, she absolutely loves the sound of water and finds it awe-inspiring! To her, it fosters a spa-like ambiance -- one that is relaxing, refreshing, and restorative. 


 Occupationally, she is a Professor of Biostatistics and Epidemiology, and Director of the Center for Research on Health Disparities at Clemson University.  Veronica is indeed ecstatic to be a member and treasurer of S.M.O.O.O.T.H. — a movement that will undoubtedly have a profound and long-lasting positive effect on those who have suffered from relationship abuse. Working with a phenomenal leader as well as amazing women is both educational and empowering for her, especially as passions unite in advocacy against domestic violence. We are life-long learners, future-oriented and forward-thinkers, and believe that the best is yet to come! 

Etta Smith- Secretary

Etta Smith

She is a mother of one beautiful daughter and two handsome sons as well as Nana to four beautiful grandchildren. Etta begins every day and ends every evening immersed in the Word of God; she abides by the belief that God will always first and foremost in everything that she does.

 Etta obtained her Master of Arts graduate degree in Human Services from Liberty University. She is a Nationally Certified Addictions Counselor II and is also credentialed as a MAC (Master Addiction Counselor). Etta is currently employed as a Clinal Counselor II helping those who are struggling with alcohol use disorder in Charleston, SC. She initially chose the field of addiction because of the struggles that she observed growing up, however, until recently she had been utilizing her counseling skills to attempt to make a difference in the horrific opioid epidemic that this nation is now facing. She has a passion for helping others whenever the chance presents itself and is grateful to say that 

Etta never knows when the chance to help will come. When she is not working or serving others, she loves spending as much time with family as possible whether it's football or traveling; a lot of that quality time involves family vacations which is her favorite especially if there is an ocean anywhere around. Etta asserts that family is what has allowed her the privilege of being a part of the S.M.O.O.O.T.H organization. 

She believes that an organization such as this is a beautiful win-win because the families that we are able to help will be improving their circumstances in a positive direction and secondly it gives us the women of S.M.O.O.T.H an opportunity to serve our community which is quite an honor. "I am so blessed just to be a part of something that enlightens, empowers, and serves so many who find themselves in situations involving domestic violence." Our vision allows for growth in every direction and we truly know that the best is yet to come."

Jenna Truesdale- Event Coordinator

Jenna Truesdale

Jenna Truesdale. She is the mother of a strong-willed, six-year-old girl that she knows will be a brilliant leader one day. She is a 3rd Grade teacher at Clemson Elementary School where she strives each day to show her students that education is the key to success and learning and growing is fun.

She spends her downtime working for organizations such as S.M.O.O.O.T.H. and the Tajh Boyd Foundation. She also spends a lot of her time traveling and spending time with friends and family. She is a Clemson University Alumni with a  Masters in School Leadership with goals to move up in the world of education. She also enjoys filling her Saturday's with Clemson Football

Jenna is a people-person that loves to meet others and form relationships that will lead to more success in the future. As the event coordinator for S.M.O.O.O.T.H., Jenna gets the chance to go out and make new connections and get people on board with the amazing things that the S.M.O.O.O.T.H. Foundation is doing not only locally, but across the country as well. 

Being a part of S.M.O.O.O.T.H. has been life-changing for Jenna. She came into the group by a chance meeting through a friend and then found herself amongst the best and most beautiful women she's ever met. She knew to come in that she wanted to help coordinate a backpack event, but she found herself falling in love with the mission of the foundation and finding a new passion and drive to do so much more.

She says that "In this group, we experience so many highs and lows. We laugh and cry together. We face difficult situations together. We push each other to be better. Never before have I had so much fun and found so much joy in working toward a cause. This group of women changes lives and will continue to do so each and every day." 

 Meeting Sabrina was a blessing on so many different levels. She states that "I found the confidence I never knew I had and gained sisters that I never even realized how much I truly needed. Now our mission is to go out and show the world just how much they need us too." Jenna looks forward to the many opportunities that S.M.O.O.O.T.H. will encounter in the near future and cannot wait to help anyone and everyone possible. 

leslie Holiday

Leslie Holiday

A wife and a mother of a spoiled son. She works at BMW as a Production Associate. She was a single mother determined to be the best mother she could be to my son. She has always told him, "I can't teach you how to be a man but I can teach you how to respect a woman. He's not only my son, but he's also my best friend."

Leslie's favorite passage in the Bible is Psalms 23 and her favorite quote is "God if you don't bless me with anything else let me be a blessing to somebody. " Her goal is to continually allow God to use her life to bless others. 

 "When I got the phone call from Sabrina about joining her organization I cried that meant a lot to me. To be apart of S.M.O.O.O.T.H.  is a blessing. We are an organization of sisterhood women coming together to stop Domestic Violence and to educate women and their family on Domestic Violence. We are bold and beautiful women of God that have a bond that will last a lifetime."

Dana Taylor

Dana Taylor

Dana is a graduate of Clemson University, where she received a BA in Speech and Communication Studies with a minor in Social Sciences.  She is currently a Human Services Coordinator with the SC Department of Social Services.


Starting at a very young age, Dana's love for Christ has guided her and developed her into the person she is today. Dana believes that just as Christ loves us, we are to love one another. For this reason, along with Dana's passion to help others, contributing to the mission of S.M.O.O.O.T.H. was an easy choice.   

Dana is a loving wife and mother of 3 children. Growing up, Dana enjoyed playing sports, the piano, and clarinet, and performing in plays.  Now, she enjoys watching her children partake in similar activities.  Dana's favorite moments are playing games, dancing, and singing during family gatherings.


Rosa Smith

Rose Smith

Rosa Smith is the proud mother of S.M.O.O.O.T.H.’s Founder and CEO, Sabrina Greenlee. 

She gives God all the praise and glory for the blessings in her life her daughter Sabrina, two late sons, six grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren her love for them is unmatched. 

Rosa is very active in the church, she enjoys planting flowers, helping the homeless by cooking and providing clothing to those in need. She also enjoys traveling and being in attendance for all of her grandchildren’s sports and activities. 

Rosa has experienced domestic violence first hand, so when Sabrina started S.M.O.O.O.T.H. she joined shortly after. She can relate to the women that are currently being helped and has a tremendous passion for helping them transition into a better more fulfilling life.

Encouraged by the sisterhood and unity amongst the S.M.O.O.O.T.H. ladies. Rose enjoys the passion and love they each show for other individuals. It’s a blessing to see the difference the organization has made in others lives. stating, ‘She is the first person I  know personally that is helping domestic violence survivors.’ 

Her prayer is that SMOOOTh will continue to grow and is excited to see the changes that will happen in the lives of others.