Mrs. Pearl Singleton, a resident of Joliet, IL, is originally
from Tallulah, LA. She is a graduate of McCall High School, Tullulah, LA. She furthered her education at Joliet
Junior College, Northern Illinois University and Governors State University majoring in Adult Education and Human Services.
She also has received educational training in Religious Education.
Mrs. Singleton has conducted many workships and seminars across
the country and abroad in adult education, personal development, religious education and missionary education.
She has been the guest and "has the ear" of key political
figures (across party lines), at all levels - local, state, national and international (Bahamas, Africa and South America)
giving input on issues regarding literacy, political and racial equality, youth and women's issues, and diversity of family
life and values. Mrs. Singleton has had a long and prolific career of service to others.
Mrs. Singleton has traveled extensively and has been to most
of the continents except Australia and Asia; her desire is to visit Australia.
She is the President and Founder of the Midwest Christian
Women's Conference - "God's Woman Conference."
She currently holds membership with:
-National Hookup of Black Women, Inc.
-Board of Directors, Women's Auxiliary National Baptist Covention
-National Association of Female Executives
-National Council of Negro Women
-Board of Directors, Official Ministry Mount Zion Baptist
-Chairperson Women's Ministry Mount Zion Baptist Church
Retired and Past Positions:
-Past President Women's Auxiliary National Baptist Convention
-Retired Instructor, Joliet Junior College Adult Basic Education
and General Education Development Program - teaching job skills, self esteem and personal development classes
Past - Board of Directors Joliet Junior College Foundation
Mrs. Singleton's motto is "If I can help somebody along the
way, then my living shall not have been in vain."