Sharonda M. Roberts, Founder/CEO

Sharonda Roberts is a native of Paterson, NJ. She is the oldest daughter of the late Elois and Kenneth Roberts, Sr. She attended the Paterson Public School System and a graduate of Eastside High School, class of 1990. Sharonda is one of five siblings: Kenneth, Jr., Thaddeus, Tarra and Brandon. She was blessed to be raised by John and Mary Robinson after the demise of her parents. To this union she was blessed with two additional brothers: Cornelius and James. Sharonda is the loving mother of three children, Shakeem, Cassandra & Richard; grandmother of two grandsons Samir & Kamron; five granddaughters, Ce’monii, Ava, Nahla, Janelle and Janae.  

As a longtime residence of Paterson, helping people has always been Sharonda’s passion. Sharonda’s work in the community began in 2003 with the Paterson Mustang Football Organization Parent Committee. In April 2003 she began working with women recovering from drug and alcohol addiction as well as co-occurring disorders. Muture Sisters was founded in 2009; in which, she began feeding the homeless, providing care packages and case management services to the homeless population in the City of Paterson. Sharonda has been with Eva’s Village for 16 years. She began as a medical clerk and was promoted to several positions and now Assistant Director of Access Center. In 2019 she begin working for Team Management 2000, Inc. In September 2015 Sharonda successfully became a Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselor. She belongs to several organizations that are working to encourage, uplift and empower women to include: Women of Empowerment Group, Heart of Hannah and Fidelity Chapter 16 Eastern Star. She has also received countless awards for her tireless time and efforts to her community and other non-profit organizations.

Sharonda is a member of Grace Chapel Baptist Church of Paterson, under the Pastorate of Gregory L. Wilson.

Sharonda feels that not only will Muture Sisters be an asset to the City of Paterson, but by combining her organization’s efforts with community leaders and other organizations, there will be a way to break this cycle of despair. She strives to give women hope for their future on a daily bases.

Sharond’s passion is to enrich and build the lives of women and also uplift their self-worth!