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Tiffany Vineyard- President
Taniesha Richardson-Wiley- Grants Director
Jackie J. Richardson, Jr.-Financial Director
Meet the Team
We at the Terrance Richardson Dream.Believe.Work. Foundation, Inc., believe in  "Enhancing our community by empowering our future Leaders"

Jackie J. Richardson, Sr.-Director of Operations
Taniesha Richardson-Wiley has been employed with the Arkansas Department of Health since 1999. She is currently the Public Health Section Chief for the ADH Hospital Discharge Data Section. Prior to this position, Taniesha, was Section Chief of the ADH Health Connection (ConnectCare) Section, Section Chief of the CLPH Health Connector Section, Section Chief II for ADH School Health Programs; Director for the Communities Putting Prevention to Work Initiative, Public Health Educator for the BreastCare Program, Staff Development Coordinator for the Workforce and Career Development Branch and the Federal Program Manager for the Tobacco Prevention and Cessation (Stamp Out Smoking) Branch. 

Taniesha has provided leadership in strategic planning and presented at local, statewide and national trainings and conferences. Once of her greatest professional achievements was presenting at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting in San Francisco, California.  

Taniesha currently serves on the North Little Rock School District Board of Directors, served as President of the Arkansas Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE), 2nd Vice President of the Arkansas Public Health Association (APHA), Community Health Planning and Policy Development Section member (#9944481) of the American Public Health Association, staff member of the Arkansas Child Health Advisory Committee (CHAC), Charter Member (#2492808) of Toastmasters International- ADH HealthMasters Chapter. Richardson-Wiley was a Certified Health Education Specialist (#7457), the Arkansas Safe Sleep Champion; and received her Certificate of Public Health Leadership, Certificate of Completion in the Arkansas Public Health Institute, Certificate of Recognition for Years of Service and numerous volunteer awards. 

Taniesha enjoys teaching music to children ages 5-16 through her music program, Infinite Melodies Art and Music, LLC., as well as playing piano/keyboard at her church. She also enjoys spending time with her husband Kevin, and is a proud mother of two children, Destiny and Kyler.

Terica Richardson- Director
Tiffany Richardson-Vineyard graduated in 2005 from the University of Central Arkansas with a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communications with the emphasis in Digital Filmmaking, in hopes of becoming a film Director or Producer for a Christian media production industry. She received her Master’s in Business Administration in 2013, graduating from the American InterContinental University to enhance the business aspect of a corporation.  

Tiffany has a love for music of all genres where she currently serves as a musician for Mt. Gale Baptist Church and her home church, Greater Galilee Missionary Baptist Church where her father, Pastor. J.J. Richardson, Sr. is the Pastor. Her first Gospel CD release for the Middlewestern District Baptist Association “Power to be Whole” project where she served as the choir director and produced the CD and wrote songs, along with other musicians in the district. 

Pastor Richardson has allowed her to utilize her talents in the facility for stage plays entitled “Then and Now” (2007), “Last Christmas” (2009), “Lost & Found” (2011), and “Broken Curse” (2014) and the short film “kNOw gIFt” (2015), and currently in pre-production for her first feature length film, “Broken Curse- The Movie”.  Tiffany’s craft was birthed when she served as a director's assistant for the Robinson drama department and the stage play “One More Chance” (2001) Written and Directed by her mentor, Prentice Dupins, Sr. UCA expanded her knowledge which encouraged her to pursue her dream as a writer, director and producer. While attending UCA she did a documentary for “Gurdon Light” (2003) which won Most Creative for the UCA film festival, mock commercials, and numerous short films, music videos, and documentaries. Tiffany has been involved in numerous Film and Music projects working with with Dempsey Film Group, TGU Film, Argenta Pictures, Maddy White Film, KK Film, 1410 Media Group, and Positive Images of Christ Productions.  Tiffany is currently the Executive Secretary for the Little Rock Police Department.

To fulfill her dream, Tiffany began her business of Medley Island Studios where she will reach out to the youth who have a dream, but are unable to fulfill them. This studios provides Film, Music, Photography, and Graphic Design.​

Tiffany is married to Roderick and have two talented sons, Timothy and Ryan.  
Jackie is currently the Pastor of Greater Galilee Missionary Baptist Church and had attended college at Captial City Business College along with working as Manager at McDonald Corp.  He joined the U.S. Navy and later joined the National Guard and also served in the National Guard.  Jackie continued his study at Arkansas Baptist College.  He was called into ministry and has worked faithful as a servant.  Outreach ministries has included; Conway Ministerial Alliance and Central Arkansas Ministerial Alliance,  job partnership Nabholz Construction, and also worked with the Conway School District discussing status of students.

Jackie started a Youth Mentorship and had Youth Conferences at Greater Friendship Missionary Baptist Church and Greater Galilee.  He enlisted licensed teachers to teach ACT prep classes along with mentorship classes.  He offered tutoring classes for those who were struggling in school.  Jackie worked with the Dean to form the Middlewestern District School of Ministry.  While serving as President of Congress of Christian Education, he met monthly with I. O. Hill Scholarship Committee to provide scholarships for needed graduates in the district, formed an application and eligibility requirements for receiving the scholarship.  Jackie is currently employed with the City of Little Rock Parks and Recreation.

Jackie married Terica in 1973.  Together they had five children: Jacqueline, Taniesha, Jackie, Tiffany and Terrance.​
​Graduating from Henderson State University with a Bachelor Arts-Business Administration degree in 2002,  Jackie has worked in both the Human Service and Financial Service Industries. He started his professional career for the State of Arkansas-Department of Human Services-Arkadelphia Human Development Center.  While in Arkadelphia, Jackie became a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc.  He has participated in numerous community service activities and served as chapter president (polemarch) of the Theta Alpha Chapter.  He serves as Deacon at Greater Galilee Missionary Baptist Church in Little Rock, AR. He is passionate about assisting youth and young adults get to another level in their life. He is a youth teacher and also serves as the praise leader.

Upon moving to Little Rock, AR, Jackie began his work in the financial service industries with New York Life Insurance Company and Ally Financial.  He has worked as an Analyst II for outside plant engineering for Windstream Communications.  

Jackie is married to Jada and has one daughter named Jaynie.  Jackie enjoys videography, photography, and design.  He intends on using his learned skills by launching his own videography business Rich 1 Productions in honor of his one and only brother, Terrance.
​Terica is retired from he City of Little Rock Parks and Recreation Department, after 20 plus years of employment as Resource Technician .  She served as Hiring Authority for Parks and Recreation division.  Terica currently works together with the foundation team to oversee all policies, objectives and initiatives regarding activities. She ensures timely and cost-efficient delivery of inventory. She also recruits the Scholarship Selection Committee.

She manages the T. Rich Foundation exhibit preparation and maintenance.  Her greatest joy is Paw Paw and Granny Summer Camp.  The purpose is to ensure the personal growth of Destiny, Timothy, Joshua, Ryan, Jaynie, and Kyler.  Terica provides activities and field trips for the campers.  She places them in leadership roles as "Camp Director" for the day.  They must schedule events, provide food, and snacks to participants, and lead in story time. 

We at the Terrance Richardson Dream.Believe.Work. Foundation, Inc., believe in  "Enhancing our community by empowering our future Leaders"