COACHING AND MENTORING
MENTOR / COACH
Collette started her own company with the help of Rosemary, and now has 15 employees. Collette has become a global speaker, traveling all over the country to not only motivate and inspire but she is also determined to break down barriers.
Collette has spoken on the panel in the UN, she has been seen on all major networks, is publishing a series of books, and will be featured on a TV reality series in 2020 showing the world her paralleled life.
Due to a high demand of interest as to Collette’s path to success, Rosemary is now sharing her strategies and curriculum’s with others. Rosemary has started a mentoring coaching program for parents and is hopeful teachers and advocates will join as well to raise the bar of thinking within themselves.
Rosemary’s coaching programs, listed in Programs page, offers families 6 month or 12 months of coaching. Her expertise will be relative to the specific needs you need to know for your child’s journey. Weekly topics will be discussed with q&a to ensure you obtain the information you need for your child.
Rosemary Alfredo, a mother and a business entrepreneur, raised 3 children, one of which, the eldest, Collette, 29 years young, born Down Syndrome, who has come to be known globally, all over the world for her perseverance, confidence, advocacy and running her own successful business. Rosemary has started 4 companies from the ground up, scaled them each, and developed strategic marketing plans for growth and success. When her daughter Collette was born, it became evident to Rosemary that fighting for her and obtaining what was best for her would become another business. It was round the clock.
A very determined and passionate Mom, Rosemary worried daily and worked tirelessly for Collette and how the world saw her different, and how the teachers and advocates had such low expectations of her. Rosemary studied child development and recorded baselines, goals, and achievements for Collette.
She developed yearly curriculum’s and ways to make the teachers, aides, and advocate accountable, in order to guarantee success for Collette. Rosemary prepared the pathway for Collette to achieve the best life possible for her.
Collette went to college, Clemson in South Carolina and graduated early, and has been living independently in her own apartment since 26 years young. Collette has a roommate, another 29-year young female who is an architect and sees no difference in Collette.