BOHEMIA Cares about YOU! Verlancia Tucker is the founder of BOHEMIA Cares. Verlancia is BOHEMIA Cares. She dedicates her time every day to uplift, motivate, and inspire people in her circle and beyond. She knows that empowering others produces high self-worth and self-esteem for herself. She is devoted to providing love and programs that will help others become better socially, morally, and academically. She has earned a Master of Secondary Education degree from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. She has also earned dual bachelor's degrees in business administration with majors in Advertising-Public Relations and Marketing from UALR. Education and being technically trained has been and continues to be vital to her personal growth and success. She attended New Tyler Barber College in North Little Rock. There, she received a barber and barber instructor education. She has served in an educational administrative role as a Public School Program Advisor for the Arkansas Department of Career Education's Career Guidance office. She holds a business technology license and taught Keyboarding in the North Little Rock School District. She is endorsed to teach English as a Second Language and Career Orientation. She also taught in the Jacksonville North Pulaski School District. She realizes that if she is going to make a positive change in the lives of students, she first has to change the lives of their parents. Therefore, rebuilding, reconnecting, and strengthening the entire family is a priority for BOHEMIA Cares. 

Verlancia wears a welcoming smile and possesses a huge heart. She finds joy and is rewarded intrinsically when she gives of herself. Throughout her childhood upbringing, Verlancia spent countless hours sharing and caring for others. Service learning is rooted in her makeup and lifestyle. Furthermore, she sees fit to build up, nurture, and support anyone without hesitation or for a promise of repayment. A heart of love is what she regards herself as having. She believes that in order to prepare for a restful and peaceful future, she must equip youth and adults today. 

"Even on my worst day, I find something good in it to be thankful for."  

 

"I can dwell on past hurt or I can use it to help someone else in need." 

"Enjoying life only happens when I do God's will for my life."

- BOHEMIA Cares