Educating and Empowering Women of All Ages
The Little Red Jumpsuit Tour is presented by KSR Productions in association with CR Legal Team , McWhorter Concepts, and Pam Cook Communications. The purpose of the Tour is to celebrate, educate, inspire, and empower women of all ages to live healthier, happier, longer, and more fulfilling lives by focusing on LIFE, RESULTS, JOY, and TOMORROW. The Little Red Jumpsuit Tour offers educational opportunities for women and for the men who love them as well as scholarship opportunities for women who are ready to "write the next chapter of their lives." Contact us at TheRobertsCenter@crlegalteam.com for more information or to schedule a tour. You may also find The Little Red Jumpsuit Tour on Facebook.
The Little Red Jumpsuit Tour is owned and produced by KSR Productions, LLC©.
"The purpose of The Little Red Jumpsuit Tour and the mission of my organization is to celebrate, encourage, and lift-up women on their individual journeys to wellness. The Tour provides opportunities for open and honest discussion regarding the challenges and joys we all face as women as we move forward in our lives. Good health and wellness are not about making large sweeping changes that are unsustainable. Instead, we should focus on making small changes in our daily routines that result in a big difference in our overall health and happiness. We need to refocus our lives to make sure we are part of the equation. There is so much more to living a healthy life than what we see on the outside, as true wellness and happiness are reflections of our inner self."
- Kimberly Roberts
We stand up for the community and for each other.
Kimberly Roberts is the President and CEO of KSR Productions. She is the Executive Vice President and is the creator of the CR Legal Team Employee Wellness Program as well as The Roberts Center for Leadership, Education, Advancement and Development. She is also the Chief Marketing Officer for CR Legal Team . As a performer and motivational speaker, Kimberly has spent the past 30 years working with schools and other youth organizations, churches, prison ministries, and rehabilitation centers to help guide others on the path to a happier, healthier, and more fulfilling life. Kimberly has been married to Chris Roberts for more than 25 years and they have two sons, Matthew and Eli.
To learn more about Kimberly, please visit her profile!
The Little Red Jumpsuit Tour Scholarship
Lifelong Learning and Growing
The mission of The Little Red Jumpsuit Tour and its Foundation is “to celebrate, encourage and empower women, businesses and communities through education, inspiration and scholarship.” The Little Red Jumpsuit Tour is one of the programs offered through The Roberts Center at CR Legal Team , a Center dedicated to offering lifelong learning opportunities to children and adults of all ages. KSR Productions, LLC, Little Red Jumpsuit and The Little Red Jumpsuit Tour remain committed to the importance of lifelong learning and growing. Four $2000 scholarships are available for girls over the age of 16 years old and for women of all ages who are interested in continuing their education at any level.
As part of our commitment to support and empower the women of our communities, the Little Red Jumpsuit Tour Scholarship is available to girls and women over the age of 16 who are interested in continuing their education at any level as a part of an accredited program at a community college or university.
Past Scholarship Recipients
Gwendolyn Bode – Appalachian State University
Gwendolyn writes, “What an incredible feeling it is to be a part of the CR Legal Team family through this opportunity! Who I am and who I hope to become is the culmination of all of the strong, independent individuals who have greatly influenced me over the course of my life. These influences have not only helped to mold me into the person I am today but have also shown me how to thrive under pressure. After all, pressure turns rocks into diamonds. I am excited to start on my path to major in criminal justice and to shine bright for others in need in my community.”
Kadiatou Diawara – North Carolina State University
What inspires Kadiatou the most are the peers, community leaders, and youth around her who encourage her advocacy for injustices faced in their community. The ongoing support she has received from her family and friends is what has pushed her further on this journey toward becoming a Social Media Marketer. Kadiatou aspires to continue using her advocacy to better the treatment of underrepresented groups on all social media platforms.
Mia McMurry – Meredith College
Mia is very excited to become a student athlete at Meredith College this year. There she plans to play soccer and to major in psychology or social work. Mia emphasizes, “I am inspired by the LGBTQ+ community and by people of color. I hope one day to be a leader and advocate for people as Abby Wambach, Grace Lee Boggs, and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. have been. Thanks to the CR Legal Team for the support as I pursue my college dreams.”
Katie O’Neal – UNC Chapel Hill
Katie writes, “Throughout my life, I have been surrounded by powerful women who inspire and encourage me to fight for the things I believe in. Volunteering and healthcare equality is something I am passionate about. One day, I hope to work in healthcare law and policy. I am excited about my journey and everything that will come!”
Sierra Rice – University of North Carolina at Wilmington
Sierra writes, “The constant support and encouragement of my family have made me into the individual that I am today. I am inspired by conservation efforts and conservationists like the Irwin family. I hope to one day become a conservation biologist and bring back the numerous natural beauties of our planet that have been lost.”
Camille Pettway – North Carolina A&T University
Camille writes, “I am inspired by those who give back to their communities to make the lives of others better. I am also inspired by my parents who stress education, religion and the importance of being a servant leader. I would like a career where I am doing something to help someone be healthier and happy with their lives and I believe Chemistry will lead to the rewarding career that I desire.”
Lauren Rhodes – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Lauren writes, “I am excited to join the CR Legal Team family! What inspires me the most are the many empowering women in my life who have shown me what it means to be authentic, even when it means going against the statis quo. I hope to make them proud.”
Isabella Kessler – Columbia International University
Isabella writes, “I am a Georgia peach studying communications at Columbia International University in South Carolina! I am passionate about finding creative ways to foster a sense of worth and belonging to those around me. After college I hope to work in event planning or donor development for a nonprofit.”
Hannah McCain – North Carolina State University
After her mother's cancer diagnosis, Hannah stepped up to shoulder her portion of the family's burden and more. She taught herself to cook and prepare meals, tutored her younger brother during the pandemic, and served as a "parent" while her dad worked long hours to cover medical expenses. She believes a person’s actions and attitudes can change the world.
Julia Bass – St. Andrews University
Julia is inspired by her mother, specifically her life without hearing since the age of four. Julia has been encouraged and challenged to always do her best. This was actualized when Julia became an equestrian and now passionately pursues equine medicine.
Alexandra Honeycutt – University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Alexandra is inspired by her mom to never give up and always push towards her dreams and goals. She says, “That is why I will never quit until I reach my dreams of becoming a veterinarian and opening my own clinic."
Madysen Rufener – Duke University
Madysen celebrates her mother; a woman that grew up homeless, discovered a passion for writing, became a first-generation college graduate, and a published author. Madysen will major in English and pursue a career in film and novel writing. Advocating for inclusivity in media, her goals include contributing to the ever-growing body of diverse and inclusive fiction.
- Keona Banks
- Nadia Vega-Juarez
- Makenah Wilson
- Mackenzie Lesher-Thomas
- Hollie Hancock
- Benecia Jackson
- April Heaney
- Julie Wade