Inger D. Kelly
Tina E. Roberts
No Ordinary Woman was founded in 2015 by Tina E. Roberts and Inger "Dee" Kelly of Suffolk, VA. No Ordinary Woman was inspired with a purpose to support and fulfill the quality of life for all women. As a result of the No Ordinary Woman #IAMNOW Movement, the No Ordinary Woman 2.0 Foundation Nonprofit 501(c) (3) entity was birthed and will be commissioned in 2019.
meet the founders
Inger D. Kelly
Mrs. Inger D. Kelly was born in Brevard County, Florida. Upon graduation from Suncoast High School, she enlisted and entered Recruit Training Command, Orlando, Florida in 1986 and was honorably discharged from the United States Navy in 1990. After serving in the Navy, Inger successfully completed an Associate of Applied Science Computer Information Science and Bachelor in Business Administration & Accounting from Saint Leo University in Chesapeake, Virginia. Currently, Inger is a General Business Partner of No Ordinary Woman with Tina E. Roberts that was establish in 2015. Inger also, serves as the Acting Director and Vice President of the No Ordinary Woman 2.0 Foundation. The NOW2.0 Foundation sole purpose is to Influence, Inspire, Invest, Enhance, and provide meaningful resources to disadvantage woman. Inger is committed and dedicates over 40 hours weekly in managing and operating the foundation. Inger is very active in the local community and makes a difference volunteering her time with the Meals on Wheels, Union Mission Homeless Shelter, Relay for Life Suffolk Event Leadership Team and attended training with Samaritan House. She is married to John Kelly III., they have two children. Inger currently resides in Virginia.
Tina E. Roberts
Mrs. Tina E. Roberts was born in Hampton, SC. Tina is the 7th child in a family of 9 siblings from parents that she loves dearly. As a child, Tina’s father always referred to her as his lucky #7. Over the years as Tina grew into the no ordinary woman that she is today; she learned her “Luck” was simply ordained as God's Favor. Upon graduating from high school in 1991, Tina relocated to Virginia where she later married her husband, Shedrick Roberts. After years of travel, Tina and her husband settled in Virginia to raise their three children. While serving as a military family unit, Tina became employed with the Department of the Navy in 1998. Tina excelled in her civilian government career while earning her B.S. in Computer Information Systems from Saint Leo University. Tina is currently a Certified Software Asset Manager in the Information Technology Department for NEX / Naval Supply Systems Command in Virginia Beach, VA. Tina has acquired numerous certifications and accolades in her role for the past 20 years with the Exchange System.
Tina is the Co-Founder and General Business Partner to Inger D. Kelly of No Ordinary Woman that was established in 2015. Together the founders have successfully built the No Ordinary Woman Empowerment brand to help women to Walk, Grow, and Embrace their Journey and Purpose in Life. N.O.W is an Empowered Sisterhood of Women Changing One Life at a Time. No Ordinary Woman created the I AM NOW Movement in 2017 that quickly escalated to women exuding self-confidence and posting positive images of themselves showing self-love.
As the President and Director of the Board, Tina also manages the daily operations for No Ordinary Woman 2.0 Foundation. The NOW 2.0 Foundation purpose is to support disadvantaged women suffering from various hardships. Tina’s current community involvements include volunteering at the Union Mission Homeless Shelter in Norfolk, VA and Serving on the Event Leadership Team for Relay for Life of Suffolk, VA. Tina possesses core volunteer training for domestic violence shelters within the Hampton Roads Area. Tina also has experience in Management, Leadership, Diversity Sensitivity, Team Building, and Organizational Training.
Tina E. Roberts has reached a point in her life and in her career where giving back and inspiring a young girl or woman to live a fulfilled purpose driven life is the best reward she can offer.
“Favor Isn’t Fair, But It’s Mine.” TER