Jamaican Nanny Creates Million Dollar Maternal and Community Health Empire

Rosalee Henry, Founder of Mothers Helping Hands Atlanta

Rosalee Henry, the Founder and CEO of Mothers Helping Hands Atlanta LLC, a leading provider of newborn and postpartum care along with community health support, is thrilled to announce that it has been awarded the 2024 Business Achievement Award for Excellence in Black Entrepreneurship. This esteemed accolade, presented at the TSP Game Plan event, recognizes the company's exceptional growth and its significant contribution as a Black-owned business in the entrepreneurial sphere.

Rosalee is a Postpartum Doula and Newborn Care Educator and her company, Mothers Helping Hands Atlanta, has evolved from a one-woman operation into a global powerhouse, with a team of nearly 500 professionals. The company's expansion into home care and medical staffing solutions has further solidified its position as a trailblazer in the industry.

"We are immensely grateful for this recognition, which reflects the dedication of our team and the trust placed in us by every family we've served," said Rosalee. “It affirms our commitment to not just business excellence but to making a meaningful difference in the communities we touch.”

The award ceremony highlighted the company's innovative care protocols and its resilience in overcoming industry challenges, particularly in expanding access to quality postpartum support in underserved areas. One family's testimonial encapsulates the impact of Mothers Helping Hands Atlanta: "The care and expertise they provided were invaluable during such a vulnerable time. Rosalee and her team truly go above and beyond."

Under Rosalee's leadership, the company has expanded its services to include home care and medical staffing solutions, serving Assisted Living Facilities, Group Homes, and Private Residences with a skilled cadre of RNs, LPNs, and CNAs.

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Rosalee is now consulting with Doulas and members of the birthing community on how to increase their impact and their income while serving their communities on a higher level. Those who are ready to elevate your business can schedule a consultation now.

Learn more at MothersHelpingHandsAtlanta.com

For press inquiries or media interviews, contact 678-898-4005 or babycare@mothershelpinghandsatlanta.com

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